The West Country Vintage fabric market held at the Memorial Hall in Trull, which is in Taunton is a smaller fair than some of the others, that said it is a hall filled with beautiful textiles and haberdashery and some great vintage goodies
within those walls.
There is also vintage linens on offer both French and Hungarian linens from Beyond France. There is always a lovely atmosphere at this fair and I met up with some great people although for us it was a flying visit this day.
The lovely Liz of the Washerwoman fame was there, which is no surprise as this lady runs this fair along with her husband Jack. Her stall was so pretty as you can see with baskets of beautiful fabrics on offer along with some lovely vintage bits as well, including buttons, hand embroidery stamps but to name a few. There was some lovely fabrics and some did come home with me...
Then I found the lovely Maud of Beyond France and I know you have seen her beautiful linens before but I am not sure I have spoken about where they are from.
some stunning linens and she brings some beauties back from Hungary. These are the most stunning of blue colours with some having white flowers on too. Based in a beautiful Hungarian village, we work with traditional Indigo dyers who hand print and hand dye the linen; enthused by their work we also hand dye the linen in bright contemporary colours.
The Hungarian linen is so versatile that it inspires us to design an ever-changing collection of goodies from lavender hearts, cushions and bags to rag rugs and upholstered furniture.
The unconventional homespun quality of this linen means that each product has its own quirky character that makes them unique.