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We are trying our best to be environmentally responsible, with as little fabric, trim or scrap going to waste. Fabrics are waste, deadstock, salvaged or occasionally new. All pieces are unique and made-to-order, or created in small series; no electricity and space are wasted in storage facilities and delivery emissions are kept low due to direct creation from us to you. 

We can always do better and aim to.


Deadstock fabrics and trims are the leftover fabrics of fashion houses, upholstery factories and textile makers who overestimated their needs. We source these fabrics from a warehouse in Pantin, France. Waste yarn is from a UK trader who collects leftovers from industrial carpet factories.Some of our fabrics are salvaged from recycling points, are vintage textiles or from charity stores. These fabrics are thoroughly cleaned and mended, and any faults are purposeful and unique to the fabric.Jumper wool yarn is sourced from a Yorkshire mill, which buys mulsed-free lambswool from Australia and New Zealand, then spins and dyes the yarn in the UK. Cotton yarn is produced by a manufacturer in Egypt who is part of the DETOX commitment, promoted by Greenpeace. All our knitwear will gradually soften the more it is loved and worn. 

Rug yarn is a deadstock wool/nylon mix making a longer lasting rug. Due to the nature of deadstock, some colours are unrepeatable or run out. This is part of the excitement of creating unique pieces with leftover materials.

Rug primary fabric is a new poly/cotton cloth. Rug backing is made of 100% natural jute. 


All card tags are made from 100% recyled cotton t-shirts. Postcards and flyers are made from 100% recyled paper. Mailer bags, when used, are biodegradable. No new tissue paper or other packaging is used to keep waste to a minimum. All other wrapping materials and boxes are reused from previous deliveries. Larger deliveries, such as rugs, do have protective packaging material but are in most cases reused from previous stock deliveries. Ribbons make a nice tie for your hair or leash for your pet bee.


All are printed on paper from non-threatened forests, with an end-to-end Carbon Neutral provider. This means where they can they minimise their energy usage and use suppliers of renewable energy. Where unavoidable, they offset all of their carbon emissions. 


All fabrics are cut to ensure as little waste as possible. Clean, unusable scraps, threads and yarn are used to make stuffing for jackets and bolsters. All paper is recycled.