We've received our order from Essouira, Morocco this week. We can't wait to show you these new products. See them at a market soon… https://videopress.com/v/pnSFuNpr?resizeToParent=true&preloadContent=metadata
We currently have some wonderfully colourful scarves/wraps that have been made by in Pushkar, India Woven wraps Here are looms at work... https://videopress.com/v/MaEpoix1?resizeToParent=true&preloadContent=metadata
These bright 100% cotton pyjamas have been are made for us by our tailor in India. Click the image to see them being made.
Sherborne town council has produced this fabulous video to showcase the town. You can find us just opposite the Cross Keys by The Conduit on Thursdays and monthly on a Sunday.
Bridport's Mayor has written a great blog about the town's street market. We love being part of the Saturday market. You can find us on Downes Street where we will have a a selection of stock showcasing our Moroccan/ Asian fusion. And this Sunday we will also be at Sherborne independent market on Cheap Street… Continue reading Bridport’s Street Market
At Trifle Bazaar HQ we've been busy, working behind the scenes, creating our new look for when we can be at the markets and festivals this year. Our Bazaar family in Essouira and Pushkar have all been working hard in this strange time and are helping to keep our supply lines open. We're looking forward… Continue reading Introducing our Moroccan/Asian fusion
Wishing all our friends near and far a happy Christmas 🐪🐪🐪🎄🎄🎄
GypsyArt Project is a cafe/gallery tucked away in the back streets, run by gypsy musicians and artists, helping to support poor families in the desert camps on the outskirts of Pushkar. We are selling handicrafts made by the ladies from the project which supports their families and provides education for the children. https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=2015437088586750 A selection… Continue reading GypsyArt Project
Bazaar woollens From 6 February (today) we will be in Cheap Street at the weekly market. Don't forget to come an say hi!
Mud cloth is a centuries-old, hand-dyed textile art that originated in West Africa with the women of Mali’s Bamana culture. Mud cloth also is known as as “Bogolanfini.” In the Bambara language, Bogolanfini is made up of three words: Bogo, meaning “earth” or “mud,” lan, which means “with,” and fini, which translates to “cloth,” which is how the fabric gets… Continue reading Mudcloth from Mali