Community Work

I believe that creativity should be accessible for everyone & regularly partner with organisations & charity’s offering our design & making skills, workshops & materials.

If you have a project that would benefit from our experience please get in touch!


Throughout the early stages of the Covid-19 pandemic Sarah and her team worked with the grassroots For the Love of Scrubs movement to manage a team of home sewers and provide over 1000 sets of scrubs for local hospitals, healthcare workers, prison staff and care home nurses.

Another organisation were pleased to support is The Flying Seagull Project, providing costume elements for their work with children in refugee camps around the world.


We were proud to work with the Artichoke Trust to create banner bases & deliver workshops in schools & at London’s National Portrait Gallery to celebrate 100 years of women’s suffrage.


Sarah has previously taught a regular sewing class for the British Red Cross supporting refugees living in destitution in London, and has recently began volunteering with Dirty Girls, a charity supporting -through work – women who have claimed asylum in the UK.

We have partnered with local authorities & charities such as the Prince’s Trust to provide workshops for youth groups in London & the South East.

Let’s Make Something Together.

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