Selvedge magazine offers the world's finest textile photography, unparalleled design and peerless writing. Directed towards an international, discerning audience, Selvedge covers fine textiles in every context: fine art, interiors, fashion, travel and shopping. It is published every other month.
The trial issue features an interview by Yoshiko Wada with African-American quilter
Effie Mae Howard
, Jessica Hemmings chats to dancer-turned-designer
and Catherine Howard investigates the social and cultural manifestations of the
use of feathers in South America.
Other features include a section on
discussing the latest tends and essential ideas, a section
listing international exhibitions, fairs and up comings events as well as a section on
newly released books.
EARTH Textiles and the root cause
ON AN INDUSTRIAL SCALE Tintoria di Quaregna EARTH PIGMENTS Heidi Gustafson A RATE OF KNOTS Mrinalini Mukherjee SACRED ROBES Monks and natural dying GRASSROOTS Diana Scherer’s exercises in root system domestication A SAFE PAIR OF HANDS Nigel Atkinson’s exploration of cochineal SHOW OF HANDS RaasLeela’s hand stitched clothing DEEP ROOTED Samuel Snider TAKE THE STING OUT Nettle weaving LO—TEK Design by Radical Indigenism HUNG BY A THREAD Caroline Achaintre FLY THE NEST Social Weaver Birds HEADS UP Nathalie Seiller Dejean BASKET HOUSE Nicole Robins LOGWOOD LADIES Buro Belen A NEW YOU Ghana and identity A FULL HOUSE Corinna Saargood HEAD SOUTH Travels in Guatemala FLOWER POWER Ukrainian designer Vita Kin OLD BAGS Zacharias 1925 UNDER CANVAS History of tents INTO THE BLUE Indigo HAT IN HAND Eliurpi