Welcome to Little Stitches the home of bespoke, personalised and handmade gifts. Our aim is to provide you with a friendly and enjoyable gift-buying experience enabling you to get your little mitts on a range of unique items that will bring a smile to the faces of those you love.Little Stitches is a venture that was hatched over much ummming and ahhhhing (and more than a few glasses of wine) as a fulfilling work solution to acheive a healthier work/family balance and as a way to combine our skills, experience and the passion we hold for beautiful, well made, unique gifts. Welcome and enjoy! x
We love to help you find the most special of gifts whatever the occasion and we have some wonderful dates coming up very soon, starting with the swoony Valentines Day!! And seeing as this really is the home of hearts, it is truly an occasion to celebrate. So, lots of new goodies will be launched over the next few weeks ready for you to get your mitts on and show those near and dear a little bit of love. Stay tuned lovelies, it’s going to be a great year!
Personalised Valentine Hearts;
So with Valentines in mind, make sure you treat the one you love to something special this year. Handmade, bespoke and personal, a real gift to treasure. Your choice of names and date and all gift-wrapped up for £21.50 (plus p&p).
‘Full of Heart’ Kit;
One of our lovely new items. If you’re feeling a little bit creative and fancy a little project, why not try one of our kits? Everything you need to make 3 padded hearts including your choice of fabric, buttons and ribbon (plus full instructions with photos). You can be stitching in no time for £16.50.
Little Stitches was founded by Liz Smith who has been passionate about textiles, art, colour and design since…..well, forever.“I am so thrilled and proud of Little Stitches’ progress. I love the challenge and excitement of experimenting with new ideas and seeing those ideas find their way into peoples’ hearts and homes. I work harder now than ever because I love it so much, my biggest problem now is trying not to keep more than I sell.”