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St Jude’s opened its doors in the summer of 2005 in a traditional double fronted shop, they feature work from

some of today’s most promising artists and printmakers. The focus is on British design from the 1930s onwards

and textiles are part of an eclectic collection of artworks and objects. As a natural extension to their

obsession with pattern and print, they also produce a range of notebooks. Notebook, A5, RRP £17.50 for 4, Selvedge offer £13, T: 01263 735 777,

Mibo LampshadeMadeleine has been brightening our lives for the last seven years. She launched Mibo,

“in a desperate bid to inject colour and pattern into the then rather subdued world of domestic lighting”.

Her range now includes cushions and bags all designed in her seaside studio. The secret of her suc

cess lies in the soft organic forms that make up a typical Mibo pattern; distinctive but never overbear

ing. Lulworth Large Shade, RRP £45.00, Selvedge offer £33.75, T: 0870 011 9620,

Lisa Stickleycreates and prints her pieces by hand, making each a one-off. Despite the runway success of her Tea

Time collection the designer is determined to keep her feet on the ground “It’s easy to lose hold of your style when

designing commercially. I am determined to stay focused on what I regard as important, such as attention to detail

and the quality of the fabrics.” Mrs Perkins, blue flower makeup bag presented in a polka dot box RRP, £20, Selvedge offer £15, T: +44 (0) 207 738 4222,

Somerville Scarves Sally Roberts is determined to restore a touch of witty, old world elegance to our

wardrobes. Her hand screen-printed silk scarves and handkerchiefs evoke summers on the English Riveria.

The company launched in January last year and Sally’s second collection, including long skinny

scarves and larger squares was recently unveiled. Blue spotty red scarf, RRP £17.50, Selvedge offer £13, T: +44 (0) 208 963 1816,

Jan ConstantineFrom the glorious energy of her Pop Art collection to her classic Seaside Collection,

Jan Constantine makes some of the UK’s finest hand embroidered textiles. The eponymously

named Constantine Collection is her most traditional and was inspired by the embroideries of her grand

mother and great aunts between 1930 and 1950. Cottage Border tea cosy, 26cm, linen & cotton, removable gingham padded inner, RRP £60, Selvedge offer £45, T: 01270 821194,

All items are offered at a special discount to Selvedge readers. To purchase these products please contact the company directly and mention Selvedge magazine.



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