Leading up to our fourth issue going live late-May, we’ll be sharing some sneak peeks into our featured people articles, so you can get a little flavour and feel of who they are, and get a glimpse at what will be coming up in our next issue!
Photo by Matt Watson
Your name and company:
Fine Cell Work
Location: London, UK
What do you do, quickly, what’s your “elevator pitch”?
Fine Cell Work is a social enterprise that trains prisoners in paid, skilled, creative needlework undertaken in the long hours spent in their cells to foster hope, discipline and self-esteem. In prisons all across the UK, inmates are filling their hours embroidering highly-crafted cushions, bags, pictures and patchwork quilts. The prisoners are paid for their work, which is then sold around the world.
What you’re up to at the moment, and where can people see you and your work, in person or online?
38 Buckingham Palace Road
Find out more about Fine Cell Work in the upcoming Q4 May/June/July issue of Made In Mag, launching May 21!