Artisan Workwear

Simple. Stylish. Durable.

At The Stitch Society we make Artisan Workwear.

Carefully designed, well tested and with a reputation for quality and excellent customer service, we aim to delight with everything we do.  

We have made it our mission to make the most comfortable and durable workwear in hardwearing fabrics, with stunning design details, so that you look fantastic whilst doing what you do best – being creative. 

Sourcing all our fabrics in the UK, we take great pride in making our artisan workwear in the best fabrics we can find. Chosen for their durability and comfort, we use smart denims, soft cotton moleskins, hardwearing cotton twills and gently draping linens, making our workwear both smart and practical. We work closely with UK manufacturers to ensure our workwear stands the test of time.

All  The Stitch Society Artisan Workwear is thoughtfully designed with your comfort in mind. Our broad shoulder straps and unique front pocket, designed to comfortably hold all your bits and bobs, make our aprons practical as well as hardwearing.

Handmade in Yorkshire, each piece comes with a 10 year guarantee covering all our workmanship and any small fabric repairs, all carried out free of charge.

We are lovers of great sustainable packaging and the “oooo” factor when you receive something beautifully packaged.  Each of our aprons is packed with the same love and attention to detail that we give to everything we do.

As a fan of collaborations, we work with other textile artists to produce limited edition ranges of our workwear with unusual design details such as printed pockets or amazing straps. We love working with other makers and relish the opportunity to design something special for our customers.

We always enjoy hearing from our customers so please share your Stitch Society artisan workwear experiences with us on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.


  1. Hi Charlotte
    Loved reading your article on the Make it British site.
    I’m working on the marketing and place making of The Piece Hall in Halifax, and the re opening of it after a £20 million renovation. As you probably know it has huge textile heritage, and I wondered if there was any merit in us meeting up to discuss your project, and maybe some tie ins? I created a project called Totally Locally which has travelled the world and is about promoting local businesses and manufacturing, so it’s a subject close to my heart.
    Let me know if you would like to come over and visit – it’s pretty spectacular! And we can see if there is anything we could do together. Best Wishes, Chris

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