Our process

Screen printing:

We hand screen-print our bespoke range of textiles in our East London Studio. We work using large-scale screens on 6 metre long tables to create bold repeating graphic prints. We mix all of our colours ourselves making them unique. The printed fabrics reflect the hand made nature of our work as each length is slightly different in placement, colour and finish. This is a key feature of our work and we celebrate this by also printing on textured and irregular base fabrics such as linen.



Our homewares are sewn by a social project based in East London. Working with members of the community with mental health issues the workshop provides training in commercial sewing and a platform for future employment.


Our lampshades are made by two women with a workshop in Kent. They have twenty years of experience in making bespoke lampshades.


Our notebooks are printed by a co-operative in East London. They use vegetable based inks.

Mainline Fabrics:

Our Mainline fabrics are screen-printed by a small, family-run factory in Europe with many years of experience and a solid foundation of quality and ecological awareness.