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Selvedge Drygoods Shop in London

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Selvedge Drygoods Shop in London

August 21, 2009

High on my list of must-sees in the UK was the new Selvedge store in North London; the first retail venture of the wonderfully literate magazine Selvedge, which documents “a belief system based on a cerebral and sensual addiction to textiles in all forms.” A couple of years ago Selvedge launched an online drygoods store; now they’ve opened a brick and mortar shop at 164 Archway Road stocking textile-related books, fabrics, sewing notions, and handmade objects from the drygoods range. Go to Selvedge for more information.

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Above: Kitchen linens from Teresa Green.

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Above: Decorative fabric birdhouses by Tamar Mogendorff.

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Above: Bed linens by Eleanor Pritchard.

N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on August 21, 2009.

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