Find the perfect Valentine’s gift in an unusual place

The Textile Emporium at the Framework Knitters Museum

Looking for a unique and unusual gift for your loved one this Valentine’s Day? The Textile Emporium at the Framework Knitters Museum in Ruddington specialises in handmade gift items, many of which are produced by local makers.

Everything for sale is textile-themed and includes a wide range of items such as original jewellery, distinctive purses, quirky cards and extraordinary stationery.  Popular local makers featured include Rachel Ainley Designs, Modflowers, Knitted Swimsuit, Molly’s Mum, Hattie Startin Cards and Love Lottie Knits.

Paul Baker, Museum Manager, said “We’re proud to offer something very different, and of such high quality, in our Textile Emporium. It’s a hidden gem for shoppers looking for the perfect gift for their perfect someone.”

For anyone with their wedding anniversary coming up, the textile-themed shop offers some particularly pertinent choices, with traditional gift materials including cotton for the first anniversary, woollen for the seventh, and silk and fine linen for the twelfth.

The Textile Emporium is open to the public during the museum’s winter opening hours, which from the 4th February are 11am – 2pm Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

For more information on the Framework Knitters Museum and the Textile Emporium, please visit www.frameworkknittersmuseum.org.uk.

Posted on 28 January 2016
Featured author: Erin

Australian now calling Nottingham home. Piano playing, cake making, bicycle riding lady who loves travel.

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