What we do...


I make made-to-measure curtains, roman blinds and cushions. They are crafted by hand using mostly age-old methods of hand-stitching but with a little help from the sewing machine when required.

My curtains are all weighted in the corners and at each join and all of my corners are mitred, which applies to my roman blinds also.

I make traditional rod pockets for my roman blinds and use fully compliant child-safe headrails.


I also make piped scatter cushions and box cushions, for both indoor and outdoor use, with a variety of natural and synthetic inners.

The process

We will discuss your requirements and after the estimate has been agreed, I will visit your home free of charge, to accurately measure up and help you select the ideal fabric for your bespoke window treatment.

I will then send you a quote and once I receive your deposit your bespoke fabrics and materials will be ordered and the process of making can be scheduled in. We usually have a maximum 4-6 week turnaround.

British made

Whenever possible I use products that are made in the UK.

The superior linings and interlinings I use are made by William Clark in Northern Ireland (since 1736!) and the natural thread used in all of my hand-stitching is made at a mill in Lancashire. Both of these companies are at least a century old, so they definitely know how to make quality products!  

In addition a lot of the fabrics I use are made in mills in and around the North of England.

I will be your point of contact from start to finish to ensure seamless continuity; a bespoke personal service...