Joy of Print Aquilegia Bluebells Embroidered Cushion
A quintessential cottage garden favourite, this hand-embroidered cushion is designed by Cath Kidston and her studio Joy of Print, which specialises in joyous heritage print with a modern twist.
Inspired by The Stitchers' Garden at The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2022, this ecru linen cushion features Aquilegia Bluebells embellished with delicate French knots, with the stems and petals stitched in stem stitch. These wildflowers are brought to life in accents of gold, sky blue, avocado green and purple.
Designed by Joy of Print
- Hand-embroidery on linen
- Zipped and piped. Duck feather cushion included
- Backed with ecru linen, piped in navy blue linen
- Size (approx) inches: 17 x 17
- Size (approx) cm: 43 x 43
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Joy of Print
Joy of Print is a West London studio specialising in surface print design. They create designs to commission and also have their own distinctive portfolio of patterns which they share in collaboration with like-minded companies.
The business is made up of a small, highly-experienced design team led by founder Cath Kidston Padgham MBE.
They specialise in original hand-drawn patterns, inspired by traditional print with a contemporary handwriting and colour palette.
Founded in 2017 their work to date has included strategy and prints for international fashion companies as well as smaller collaborations in homewares and charitable projects.
Over 25 years of transformation
Rehabilitating over 8,000 prisoners
Supported by esteemed designers to create one-of-a-kind, limited edition products
Breaking the cycle
We help break the devastating cycle of reoffending and repeated imprisonment
Support our work
Provides a prisoner with the materials for one tapestry cushion (100 hours of creative activity).
Will enable us to continue providing paid, creative and productive work to even more prisoners around the UK, helping them to build a brighter future.
Sponsors a prisoner to train as a volunteer 'class coordinator', teaching and mentoring other prisoners.
Covers the volunteer costs of a stitching class in prison.
Pays for the training, materials and support for one prisoner for an entire year, helping them to rebuild a meaningful, independent,crime-free life.
By giving prisoners hope that transformation is truly possible, they can envision a meaningful life after release. But nobody tells the story of how Fine Cell Work has helped them better than the prisoners themselves:“Stitching allows me to use a totally different part of my brain and personality. I can move away from the more difficult reflections and anxieties and feel creative and purposeful. This means I no longer feel that my life has come to a halt and that I am of no use to anyone else.”
- Tom, FCW Stitcher -
I gave a cushion to my sister in law for her Birthday, and l have only just heard that she was delighted with her tapestry cushion of aqualiga.
She. Had heard of Fine Cell work, but had never seen the talents they are taught by Fine Cell, which are beautiful!
We are delighted with the Aquilegia Bluebells cushions that we bought last month from Fine Cell Work. They are beautifully embroidered and are greatly enhancing our little guest room.