Stitched Curtains & Blinds

Stitched – Curtains & Blinds

Stitched started with a love of beautiful fabric, a passion for living more sustainably and a desire to make an ordinary product extraordinary.

Stitched make made to measure curtains & blinds. They aim for their products to have a significant impact on your home without harming the environment.

Stitched aims to lift the lid on a world of earth-friendly, renewable and biodegradable fabrics. They want you to know where their products come from, how they’re made, what they’re made of.


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Stitched make made to measure curtains & blinds in their Merseyside workshop.

They source their fibres from across the world, and they are woven together here in the UK in mills in North Yorkshire & Lancashire.

Fabrics are made from natural, sustainable and recycled materials, and Stitched is entirely transparent to where they come from, how they are milled and what eco-credentials they have. Click here to see their fabric comparison chart.

Recycled fabrics include those made from plastic bottles, recycled polyester and upcycled silk.

Stitched also sell handmade curtain tracks and poles which are made by master metal workers and woodturners in Devon UK.

Everything is ordered online with a video call system if you would like advice or help with design, measurement and installation. Order’s are made to measure, and that may include the fabric being milled so you may have to wait up to 4 weeks for your delivery, but they will let you know on ordering an approximate time.

As a bonus, you can send your old curtains back to them for recycling, and they work with partner charity Newlife for this.

Awards and accreditations: B Corporation Pending and the Made in Britain Badge.

Customer Reviews: 5 Stars on Trustpilot with 50 reviews at time of writing.

What I like: The whole concept! It ticks all my boxes, Made in the UK, Made from recycled fabrics and being able to send your old curtains back for recycling. I like the support given on the site to help you with product choice as well as ordering. There is even an Apple app, so you can see what a product looks like in your room of choice.

The fact that Trustpilot also shows 50 great reviews also makes me confident in purchasing.

What I did not like: Cannot think of anything!

My Hero Products: I like the thought of the recycled plastic and polyester fabric (Oceana and Revive)  being used in curtains and blinds. We usually have our window dressings up for at least 10 years, and they are rarely cleaned, so there is no danger of plastic microbes being released into the water table. A great use of recycled plastic materials.

Where to buy? Direct on Stitched. Use this refer a friend link to get £50 off your order

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