Creating our products ethically and sustainably is key for The Stitch Society and we are big fans of the Slow Fashion October movement. The aim of the movement is to open up the discussion about ethical and sustainable fashion choices for everyone. It advocates good quality, conscious buying and eco-friendly processes. If you did not catch…Details
As ever it’s been a busy time for us at The Stitch Society with collaborations, awards and, of course, Christmas Fairs. Always up for a collaboration, we have been working with Cathy Edwards from CE Leather Goods, based in Hebden Bridge to combine our fabric aprons with her gorgeous leather work, producing a range of made…Details
While most people were out enjoying the sunshine this Bank Holiday Weekend, a select few makers were in Victoria Hall in Saltaire, smiling through the heat to bring you their best makes at the Saltaire Inspired Makers Fair. As part of the whole Arts Trail around the village that takes in a number of houses…Details
New Aprons for Bronte Bars & Events We are delighted to announce that we are now supplying aprons to Bronte Bars and Events who run the Haworth Beer Festival amongst other events in our local area. We’ve been to several talks and cocktail demonstrations by Kath Thornton and her team and were delighted to…Details
This weekend has truly felt as if Spring is in the air and gardening in ernest has begun! The blossom is starting to come out up here and everything is starting to look green again after a very very long winter. Our aprons, particularly Erin and Demi, are perfect for the gardener, with their lovely…Details
Well, what a week with a mini heatwave! Hopefully that wasn’t all the sunshine that we will have this summer and it was lovely to have a bit of warmth after the incredibly long winter we have just had. With the weather warming up, the season for shows is getting going, and so we thought…Details
We are delighted to have been chosen by the fabulous Sublime Magazine for their Good Brand Award 2018. We are in esteemed company with the likes of Aveda and Neal’s Yard. You can read more about us and their award here.
Working for yourself and running your own business can be the most exhilarating experience but also the most soul destroying as well. January and February are always slow months for us, where we plan for the next 12 months, get all our paperwork in order, think about what we would like to do, and then…Details