Posts Tagged ‘cotton’

D’emploi.

September 11, 2011



A small operation, fueled by the desire to return thoughtful work to the finished object. Goods made in New York on a Depression-era Singer using domestically produced canvas.

I really love this stuff, and I’v been hankering after this blue shirt for some time now. D’emploi! If you’re listening… can you make me a large please? x

Peep D’emploi.

Usage.

September 16, 2010

Nice work Sam!
Anyone who draws for the Red stripe is a friend of mine.

Do remember, you can all be in with a chance of winning the super lovely Spinwell Musette in limited edition Red canvas if you go here and enter the COMP!!!

‘The Musette’ has landed.

July 28, 2010

Now available!

For information on how to grab one, head over to The Store.

See previous posts on Spinwell Projetcs No.3 here, here and here.

Spinwell Projects No.3

July 2, 2010

It seems like an age since I last mentioned the next Spinwell project but alas, it’s underway. Sourcing the right cloth, finalising designs and liaising with the printer and seamster is hard work, you know!

Anyway, so last night my friend and printer printed up the thirty pre-cut musettes and as always, they look amazing. Next they are off to be stitched up and by one mans hands I might add because as you may know, when it comes to things like this I like to keep things local or as a lot of creative workers say in 2010 “hyper-local”… Whatever that means?

Thanks Dave, they look awesome… Now I cannot wait to see them made up and being used.

Severe Weather Warnings.

February 19, 2010

Not sure where I spotted this but it’s a damn good idea don’t you think?

Handlebar chic.

February 1, 2010

On a bike with swept back handlebars and amber wall tyres one of these would look great. Plus you can flip it and wear it around your person with the additional strap. Perfect!

Spotted at the Death and Texas Etsy store.

Mussette.

January 21, 2010

There is something quite great about a basic vessel that is not technical in the slightest, heck these were originally designed to be slung away after the domestiques had gripped all the food and water out of them.

Every cyclist has one of these and if they don’t then they need one. So with that in mind keep em peeled for an addition to the Spinwell Projects line – Production commences soon!


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