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Assiut Virtual Holiday Market – Assiut Fans Facebook Group


Assiut Virtual Holiday Market

“Free to Post – Free to Shop”

Assiut Fans Facebook Group
Weekly Posts Every Monday
Nov. 7, 2020 – Jan. 1, 2020

This year I’ve teamed up with my “Cloth of Egypt”  co-author, photographer Alisha Westerfeld to host an assiut themed shopping/selling event in our Assiut Fans assiut group. This “Free to Post – Free to Shop” event begins the day I’m posting this. Each Monday from today, November 9, through January 1, we will be making a post and pinning it to the top.  Ordinarily, our group is a non-sales space for discussing and sharing photos, links, and information about our mutual passion – no matter how you spell it assuit, asyute, azute, or call it tulle bi telli, this is a place to share our love for this metal embroidered cloth.

Link to the Assiut Fans Facebook Group:

What Sellers Are Participating?

We’ve invited dealers, makers, crafters, and even people selling pre-loved goodies from their collections to make a comment with a photo, description, price, and link to their digital store.  It’s open to everyone who has assiut, and assiut related items for sale.  Does this sound like you?  Come participate in this event by following this link to join the group and post an image in the comments of our weekly post!

How Do I Buy things?

Visit the group every Monday to see the new post, and scroll through the comments to see what’s available for sale. Details will be posted on each listing with directions for how to purchase items.  Assiut items are unique and sometimes hard to come by so this is a great opportunity to find one-of-a-kind assiut treasures.  Even if you’re just “window shopping” stop by and have a peek.

It’s so exciting to help connect textile artists, costumers, and dealers with appreciative new patrons!
Come join us for this holiday fun!

Dawn Devine ~ Davina
Monday, November 7, 2020.


By Davina

Davina ~ Dawn Devine is a belly dance costume designer, dance instructor and author of more than a dozen publications on Middle Eastern dance.