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    The Sturbridge Vintage Fashion And Antique Textile Show and Sale, having postponed the event, the shows exhibitors are planning for the May show. Pent up demand and enthusiasm will overcome the set back dealt by the delay. With much more time to prepare, May promises to be one of our best ever.

    Vintage Fashion and Textile Show

    Vintage Fashion and Antique Textile Show
    30th Year

    Sturbridge, MA
    Mon. May 10 and Sept 13
    General Admission - $10/10:30 am
    Early admission - $20/9:30 am

    ONE DAY — INDOORS — BRIMFIELD WEEK
    "The largest show of its type in the World"

    Directions

    "The Aisles of the Vintage Fashion and Textile Show may offer a window into the past, but it also can be a look at the sartorial future. It's here that major design houses come to find inspiration for "new" looks which sometimes become the next big trend. It's also where more and more vintage fans are coming to stock up."

    — Boston Globe

    Directions & Map

    This is not the mailing address. Click Here for contact information.

    Written Directions, Below
    Show Address Host Hotel
    GPS address — 366 Main St.
    Sturbridge MA

    This is not the mailing address. Click Here for contact information.



    Albany, NY
    110 miles (2 hours travel time)
    Route 87 South (New York State Thruway to Massachusetts Turnpike) Route 90 East to Exit 9 onto Route 84, exit 3B brings you to Route 20 West. The Host Hotel is 1 mile on your right.
    Boston, MA
    54 miles (1? hours travel time)
    Route 90 West (Massachusetts Turnpike) to Exit 9 onto Route 84, exit 3B brings you to Route 20 West. The Host Hotel is 1 mile on your right.
    Cape Cod Canal Bridges
    75 miles (2 hours travel time)
    Route 495 North to Route 90 West (Massachusetts Turnpike) to Exit 9 onto Route 84, exit 3B brings you to Route 20 West. The Host Hotel is 1 mile on your right.
    Hartford, CT
    45 miles (45 minutes travel time)
    Route 84 East to exit 3B brings you to Route 20 West. The Host Hotel is 1 mile on your right.
    New London, CT
    125 miles (1 ? hours travel time)
    Route 395 North to Route 90 West (Massachusetts Turnpike) to Exit 9 onto Route 84, exit 3B brings you to Route 20 West. The Host Hotel is 1 mile on your right.
    NYC, NY
    150 miles (3 hours travel time)
    Route 95 North to Route 91 North to Route 84 East to exit 3B brings you to Route 20 West. The Host Hotel is 1 mile on your right.
    Providence, RI
    45 miles (1 hour travel time)
    Route 146 North to Route 90 West (Massachusetts Turnpike) to Exit 9 onto Route 84, exit 3B brings you to Route 20 West. The Host Hotel is 1 mile on your right.
    Springfield, MA
    35 miles (40 minutes travel time)
    Route 90 East (Massachusetts Turnpike) to Exit 9 onto Route 84, exit 3B brings you to Route 20 West. The Host Hotel is 1 mile on your right.
    Worcester, MA
    22 miles (25 minutes travel time)
    Route 290 West to Route 90 West (Massachusetts Turnpike) to Exit 9 onto Route 84, exit 3B brings you to Route 20 West. The Host Hotel is 1 mile on your right.
    New Hampshire
    2 hours travel time
    Route 495 South to Route 90 West (Massachusetts Turnpike) to Exit 9 onto Route 84, exit 3B brings you to Route 20 West. The Host Hotel is 1 mile on your right.
    Maine
    1? hours travel time from Portsmouth, NH
    Route 95 South to Route 495 South to Route 90 West (Massachusetts Turnpike) to Exit 9 onto Route 84, exit 3B brings you to Route 20 West. The Host Hotel is 1 mile on your right.
    Vermont
    2? hours travel time from White River Junction, VT
    Route 91 South to Route 90 East (Massachusetts Turnpike) to Exit 9 onto Route 84, exit 3B brings you to Route 20 West. The Host Hotel is 1 mile on your right.

    "This is the place where visitors find bedcovers that are fine art, signature fashions and folk art in textiles"

    — Antiques and the Arts Weekly

    Vintage Fashion and Textile Show Not Just Clothing and Fabric



    When a show starts out strong and grows and diversifies each time it runs the results are gratifying for all concerned. In it's 29th season, Monday May 10 and Sept 13, 2021, the Sturbridge Vintage Fashion and Textile Show is experiencing this growth pattern.



    This pre-Brimfield show with 120 booths accompanied by dealers from 20 states and 6 countries is more than a showcase for vintage clothing and a large variety of fabrics. Being a particularly artful and artistic group these dealers have demonstrated their resourcefulness by displaying unexpected treasures that fall into a much broader version in the "field of textiles," actually overlapping and many times falling outside of their category altogether - yet standard at this event.



    This bi-annual event has evolved into a source for hard to find items. This show is known for its diversity. Promoter Linda Zukas has, from the outset, encouraged her dealers to bring along with their vintage clothing, costumes, drapes and fabric, matching finds such as lamp shades, folding screens, theatrical backdrops, and decorative furniture. The dealers have demonstrated their talents by creating beautiful displays rounded out with unexpected treasures such as gilded frames, folding screens, mirrors, trays, furniture and paintings. These unusual items have dressed up the show nicely and have been in addition to the usual accessories of quilts, buttons, vintage jewelry, old wallpaper, samplers, sewing items, needlepoints, antique fans, trimmings, drapery hardware, brocades, laces, beaded purses and ephemera.



    In addition to all periods of vintage clothing and costumes these items will also be found at the show...tapestries, indian blankets, patterned rugs, buttons, ethnic textiles of any kind, costumes, purses, old fashion magazines, old fabrics, rugs of any kind quilts, leather suitcases, shoes, homespun, theatrical or circus backdrops samplers, laces, sewing items, trims, linens, saddle bags, needlepoint, estate jewelry brocades, early wallpaper, hats, dolls of any kind, silver, turquoise, american indian, book and paper related goods, advertising, photography military and parts, workmen’s and vintage clothing european-american 18th c – 80’s.



    Having found what sells and not afraid to experiment the dealers have expanded the spectrum of what to present to round out their displays to maximize interest and sales. Standard at the show is a small core group of paper and ephemera dealers which in turn has prompted the fabric dealers to bring items in photograph paper and valentine category.

    This combination show is a great source for dealers, designers, decorators, collectors, and a serious learning opportunity for those looking to add another category to their areas of expertise. If you have never seen it, plan to arrive a day early for Brimfield this year. Start the week on Monday at the Host Hotel in Sturbridge.

    Show information (207) 363 1320.

    Linda Zukas TEXTILE SHOW ASSOCIATES
    P.O. Box 729 CAPE NEDDICK, ME 03902 (207) 363-1320

    "One of the years most anticipated shows"
    "Textiles Take Off"

    — Country Living Magazine

    What People Are Saying About the Antique Textiles and Vintage Fashion Show


    "Linda’s event has the feeling of a rarefied gathering of inveterate collectors – both the dealers and the customers. Many of these savvy and knowledgeable experts travel the world to amass the wonders in their booths, and (seemingly) every artifact, swatch, and button has a story.
    — L.Perella, Hammertown Press
    "Universally considered to be a mecca by textilians - shoppers, collectors, and dealers trek from regions that span the globe to be part of Zukas, show"
    —Antiques And The Arts Weekly
    "Even the shoppers were models for future styles,….There were costume designers from Hollywood & Broadway, shop owners from Asia, Europe and throughout the U.S., and just folks who love retro styles"
    —Maine Antique Digest
    "Une centaine d'exposants, a 80% reguliers, sont reunis dans plusieurs salles et proposent tout ce qui comporte la fibre textile plus des accessoires….. Bref c'est excitant au plus haut point."
    —Carol Veillon, Simply Vintage
    “Universally considered to be a mecca by textilians - shoppers, collectors, and dealers trek from regions that span the globe to be part of Zukas, show”
    — Antiques And The Arts Weekly
    “Even the shoppers were models for future styles,….There were costume designers from Hollywood & Broadway, shop owners from Asia, Europe and throughout the U.S., and just folks who love retro styles”
    — Maine Antique Digest
    "This way to textile Mecca"
    — Long Island Newsday
    “Une centaine d'exposants, a 80% reguliers, sont reunis dans plusieurs salles et proposent tout ce qui comporte la fibre textile plus des accessoires….. Bref c'est excitant au plus haut point.”
    — Carol Veillon, Simply Vintage
    "This is the place where visitors find bedcovers that are fine art, signature fashions and folk art in textiles"
    — Antiques and the Arts Weekly
    "It's here that major design houses come to find inspiration for 'new' looks, which sometimes become the next big trend. It's also where more and more vintage fans are coming to stock up."
    "Textiles Take Off"

    — Boston Globe
    "This show kicks off Brimfield week and for some our staff, it's the best part of the week."
    — Country Homes Antique Magazine

    "This way to textile Mecca"

    — Long Island Newsday

    Creating The Younger Generation of Antique Dealers, Collectors and Educators



    Planting seed - inspiration. sometimes we read about the dearth of young dealers and collectors in antiques. But, when you speak with older dealers, collectors and educators you find that most had their interest piqued in their youth.


    Since the beginning of the Sturbridge Vintage Fashion and Textile Show 30 years ago, promoter Linda Zukas has offered free admission to students of art, textile conversation, textile design, fashion and related fields hoping to spark an early interest in some of those who might not otherwise be exposed to the art of dealing and learning in these fascinating relics of the past.


    Linda Zukas shows are known for the offerings of 150 exhibitors from 22 states and 6 foreign countries with textiles varying from 16th century to 1970's retro.


    Each exhibitor is an expert in numberous fields, many have authored books dealing with their specialties and the large majority are knowledgeable in a variety of categories. This expertise is not available in academia.


    Zukas is hopeful more institutions will take advantage of her offer to bring their students to the "Sturbridge Vintage Fashion and Textile Show and School" at the Sturbridge Host Hotel on Rte 20 in Massachusetts. Information (207) 363 1320

    www.bjbks.cn
    Linda Zukas TEXTILE SHOW ASSOCIATES
    P.O. Box 729 CAPE NEDDICK, ME 03902 (207) 363-1320

    Linda Zukas — Textile Show Associates

    (207) 363-1320
    Mailing Address
    P.O. Box 729
    Cape Neddick
    ME 03902

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