Anyone with an exciting space or fun idea for us to get our textiles teeth into – we’re there. Have a look at some of our past partnerships and collaborations with some seriously exciting institutions and let us know if you have anything you’d like us to be part of. We’re always available to bring the fun, colour and most hilarious punchlines you’ve ever heard around a needle and thread.

Uniqlo Tate Lates at the Tate Modern

We took over the 6th floor at the Tate Modern in November for an evening of freestyle weaving, oversized looms, yarn-inspired badges, yarn displays, music, talks and a quiz.



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Southbank Centre

We were invited back again this year to the Southbank’s children’s literature festival where the focus was on Homer’s The Odyssey. We set up our giant loom for children to weave into after watching the storytelling which was magical.

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I could just put a heart-eye emoji here and be done with it, but let me explain. We first worked with the brilliant minds at NOS when they were asked to design our book Weave This and we loved what they did so much – we got them to basically do everything else for us too. We’ve created everything from woven wine sleeves for their client’s Christmas gifts to our Membroidery instruction booklets, with many more exciting projects in the pipeline.

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Campaign for Wool

It’s official, we are super stoked to be recognized for our love of wool and our commitment to using and endorsing the best material on this planet.


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Dot One

We love a bit of cross-curricular collaboration, especially where science can meet textiles. We put together a workshop with Dot One to turn your unique behavioral and personality traits into a handmade woven wall hanging. We are still currently taking bookings for this workshop.

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Carl Hansen

The Carl Hansen ethos is built on craftsmanship, so it made total sense to collaborate with them to provide a tapestry class for their Interior designer clients. We frequently host our private party workshops for corporate events – our textile workshops are the ideal way to relax and socialise with your clients and colleagues.


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Pompom Quarterly Magazine

After contributing the first ever weaving tutorial to international magazine Pompom Quarterly, we joined forces with their team to host a summer knit night and magazine launch in our studio. There was wine, knitting, hand dyed yarn to buy and more knitting. Oh! And giant balloons, nothing not to like.

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Hardie Grant

Hardie Grant Publishing knew a good thing when they saw us and gave us a book deal. Weave This has been born, it’s come forth from our creative wombs and now it’s ready. Phew.

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Royal Sculptors Society

We designed a workshop especially for the Royal Sculptors Society in South Kensington based on their archive of sculptures and photographs. It was so amazing watching these classical works of art and photographs of the Society’s founder being embellished with flowers, chains, punk makeup and…snot?

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Smith & Sinclair

We were commissioned by Smith & Sinclair to contribute to their Flavour Gallery in 2017. The exhibition was a display of works by numerous contemporary artists experimenting with touching, tasting and smelling the work on display – Our work asked patrons to choose one of five questions – What makes you Misbehave, Salivate, Nervous, Breathless or Create – take length of yarn from the chosen question and weave it around the pins on the wall with words that answered your question. The piece ended up looking like a mad Etch a Sketch of yarns, it was so cool!

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BUST craftacular

We love BUST and what they stand for so it was an honour for us to be asked to put together a Christmassy version of our giant loom workshop at the 2017 Craftacular Christmas fair.

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Southbank Centre

We took part in Southbank Centre’s London Literature Festival for 2017 with our project Weaving with Words. We created a drop-in family workshop to run alongside a performance of ‘Vikings and Valkyries’. Wanting to create a workshop that would combine literature with textiles, we created strips of paper with sentence and story starters for children to finish and then weave into a giant loom.

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The Wool Kitchen

Helen is the super cool yarn dyer of The Wool Kitchen, based in Eat London. We have been working with Helen to bring the amazing skills of yarn dying techniques to the people, and we are bloody loving it!

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Jess De Wahls/Vagina Museum -

We worked alongside fembroidery sensation Jess De Wahls and the Vagina Museum to host a gorgeous day of body-embracing embroidery and fundraising for the Vagina Museum.

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Elizabeth Pawle

Elizabeth Pawle is a textile artist in England. We have had the pleasure of hosting Elizabeth in our studio twice, where she shared her design process, and use of colour and texture in her work.

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Bobby Dennis of the talented put together our cracking website. Our website has even been nominated for some design awards because it’s…well it’s really good!

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Art Macarbe

Nikki of the genuis Art Macarbe is killing it in the world of Life Drawing. We had a blast of a time putting together a Frida Kahlo inspired event. Tequila, flowers and eyebrows galore!

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Hackney Arc

We have worked closely with Hackney Arc both for training and hosting workshops for their children. Hackney Arc is a wonderful institution that matches young people and children with additional needs to leisure settings and facilities that are accessible and appropriate for them. We recently hosted a giant loom workshop for them as part of tone of their first meet-ups for patients to come and play safely in the Pearson Street Adventure Playground.

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We visited Boxpark Croydon for a special demonstration of our Giant Loom. Everyone was welcomed to have a go at the black and white weave for a donation, with all proceeds going to the local youth charity Off The Record. 

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