Little Bird School of Stitchcraft has a variety of handmade upcycled items for sale. 


I love to be as creative as possible in my work. I am passionate about textiles. I like the feel of fabrics. I like well designed good quality fabrics. I especially like to repurpose previously used items into something else, into something new. I play with them. I fold them. I match them with each other. I love wool too. Not the type that is synthetic but the type that is as close to nature as possible. I buy cornish organic wool. When I am creating I go with the flow. My creations evolve. I try not to plan too much and eventually something emerges. I just follow my instincts. That’s what nature intended. I also am influenced by my husband who is a fine artist. Many of the cushions that I make are composed by him.
I believe in reusing, recycling, repurposting, making use of what we have around us – sustainability.
You might want to take a look at my blog where I write about my work:

All of my items are handmade to the specification described on the listing and ready to ship as soon as I receive payment. All items are packed and posted with care and should be received within 3-5 working days (excluding custom orders) I use 1st class postage via Royal Mail and always obtain proof of posting. Preferred method of payment is Paypal but you can also pay via your Credit or Debit Card via Paypal. If you are purchasing a custom order I will begin work as soon as both payment and specifications have been received.

I hope that you will be 100% happy with your purchase. If for any reason you are not happy please contact me within 14 days of receipt of your order so that an alteration, exchange or refund can be arranged. Refunds due will be issued via Paypal.

All of my items are made from recyled fabrics and vintage trimmings. My items (unless otherwise stated in the listing) are stuffed with Cornish, soil association approved, pure organic sheeps wool. Wool has the added benefit of being a natural , biodegradable and sustainable fibre. Wool can last for many hundreds of years without loosing its flexibility but is biodegradable in soil

Hand wash in lukewarm water (approx 30 degrees celsius) with a mild detergent and leave to air dry natuarally. If the water is too hot, the wool, used for stuffing the items, will felt and your item will lose its original shape.