Printed arm candy from Poppy Treffry

Details of an exciting new product range from quirky, Cornish company Poppy Treffry. Available from March 2013.

Online PR News – 08-February-2013 – Penzance, Cornwall – Building on the success of recent product launches, exciting Cornish company Poppy Treffry are back with a very exciting new line to add to their colourful, quirky range. A collection of bags made from Poppy’s own printed fabrics are sure to prove a very popular addition.

The fabrics have been designed by Poppy and inspired by some of her favourite and most popular motifs from the last eight years. They have then been printed in the UK onto canvas and turned into the accessories line by Poppy and her team, down in their studio in Cornwall.

“It’s been a long held dream of mine to create my own fabric range and I’m so excited to have finally achieved this” says Poppy. “I hope my customers and fans will be as excited about the new collection as my team and I are!”

Poppy Treffry have become well known for their fanciful range of gifts and home wares, stocked by many boutiques and galleries across the country, including prestigious names like Fortnum and Masons and Bettys tea rooms and with a growing number of international stockists across Europe, Japan and the US. Their core range is created in Cornwall using freehand machine embroidery but since the introduction of printed tea towels in 2008 their range has grown to include ceramics, printed cushions and now printed fabrics too, all instantly recognisable in Poppy’s whimsical style.

The range will be pre-sold at Top Drawer Spring and launched to the public at the Country Living Spring Fair in London in March 2013 so look out for bicycles, oyster catchers and boats. Oh and dogs, of course!