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[tiny] @ Contemporary Textiles Fair launch

March 10, 2012

[tiny] attended the launch of The Contemporary Textiles Fair last night in Teddington, it’s the third event like this we’ve been to and it’s great to see so many creative folks, upcoming designers and fantastic micro businesses.

A couple of designers really grabbed out attention…

Jillian Hurst and her fantastic chairs and ‘poofs’ – really cool stuff to put your bum on (sorry for the quality of the photos!)

Elizabeth Chester, Tapestry Weaver, and these amazing hanging tapestries (the photos don’t do them justice)

And.. [tiny] favourite Laura Rose Textiles, who you should comission for work immediately! … sharing a stand with the glowing Lotus Blossom

Saturday 10 & Sunday 11 March 2012


The Contemporary Textiles Fair, an established event on the Landmark’s calendar, will again be bringing together more than 75 designer makers exhibiting and selling a stunning range of hangable and wearable art including embroidery, devore, weaving, hand-knits and much more. Felting demonstrations will be held throughout the weekend.

Get yourself down for a bit of culture and couture….


Lanmark Centre, Teddington

… and a s a final plug – any of you lovely people requiring help with promoting your business, online of offline can get in touch with us at – or through the website

If you have your own design blog – please get in touch as we are still getting a crowd together for a (late) launch of which will be a free landing page for your own blog – advertised by [tiny] to promote fun, food, fashion and little businesses.


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