Fine Cell Work has 20 years experience of creating bespoke work for special occasions, public pieces of art for churches and heritage buildings, and unique pieces for organisations from top hotels to judicial courts.
We can make almost anything that is stitched by hand, including cushions, quilts, wall hangings, rugs, seat covers, altar cloths, tapestry panels furniture, and much more.
We can work to a design you have or help you design something unique. We have worked with a wide variety of interior designers to create stunning signature pieces.
We also can customise almost any product in our shop with a special message, significant date or logo.
We also offer a tapestry finishing and a cushion make-up service.
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Scroll down for inspiration and to see some of the many unique products we have designed and made.
Pets: Transform a high-quality photography of your beloved family pet into a timeless piece to treasure.
Ecclesiastical: We have produced kneelers, altar rail runners, and vestments for churches across the UK, to be admired for many years to come.
Needlepoint panels for furniture: We can copy an existing design, replicate an antique pattern or produce something completely original.
Logo or crest: Turn your company logo, livery crest or family coat of arms into an intricately embroidered cushion or wall-hanging.
Keepsake Quilt: Recycle old clothing, vintage fabrics or bed linen by turning them into a unique quilt or bed-runner to be treasured.
Literary or musical quote: For the bookworm or music-lover in your life, why not take a favourite quote and have it replicated as a beautifully-stitched keepsake?
Personalise a product: Personalise an existing product to make that gift a real one-off.
Unique Collaborations & Art Pieces
Ai Weiwei: Machine-embroidered cushions commissioned by the Royal Academy and Ai Weiwei for his London retrospective
The Wandsworth Quilt: which tells prisoners stories was commissioned by the V&A Museum for their exhibition Quilts: 1700-2010
Public art: collaboration with artist Gavin Turk, for ‘Gavin & Turk’ exhibition at the Ben Brown Gallery
Port Lockroy Penguins: 500 hand-embroidered penguins which were sold in the gift shop at Port Lockroy, Antarctica (Antarctic Heritage Trust)
The Sleep Quilt: Commissioned by author Tracy Chevalier, as part of an exhibition entitled “Things We Do In Bed”
Dover Castle: As part of a significant restoration project, 46 FCW hand-stitched cushions are now proudly in The Great Tower at Dover Castle