Our Jumpers

We create a range of luxury plain and bespoke embroidered knitwear. With unique and meaningful statements Inspired by famous quotes and phrases. Designed to feel good and do good. Illustrating bold self-expression in a playful new way.

Our Yarn

Helping support small independent farmers. We work with a British company who exclusively manufacture sustainable highest quality wool from free range pasture fed ethically reared sheep. Wool is a low impact, biodegradable fibre. It is warm, breathable and naturally anti-bacterial so it lasts longer and requires less washing.

Our People

We believe in equality for all, our charity donations help reduce poverty and inequality providing school meals for children in 26 countries across the world.

Our Packaging

Our luxury packaging is locally produced in Cornwall by a small local supplier. We use recycled uncoated board which is 100% recyclable and 100% plastic free.

Our Planet

All our knitwear and packaging is always 100% plastic free. We have become a carbon neutral business by working in partnership with the carbon trust to off-set our small carbon footprint.

Our Planet

All our knitwear and packaging is always 100% plastic free. We have become a carbon neutral business by working in partnership with the carbon trust to off-set our small carbon footprint.

Our Process

Our wool is dyed in a small traditional Scottish mill using recycled water from the local loch and plant-based dyes. Supporting British manufacturing, our seamless knitwear is created in England with zero waste. Our unique wool embroidery technique requires no synthetic backing and is hand finished in Cornwall to order, so that we do not waste any stock.

A note from the founder

I grew up in a remote region of southern Africa, my dad was a geologist and I often rode out with him into the desert. I was part of that world for a short while – I saw that the children there had so little, I saw how much they loved school because, for many, it was the only meal they would eat all day. I felt what it was to be different, when I desperately wanted to fit in. But now I know I am different but also the same, we all are.

I studied Art History and always thought I would paint. However I became drawn to song lyrics, poetry, satire and quotation. Inspired by the experience of others and the positive power of self-expression through language and story-telling, I swapped canvas for knitwear and paint for thread. It has been a difficult journey I think it is for us all. I hope good will come from it and that FUND will help empower you on your own personal journey through this crazy, amazing, beautiful world.

Rachael Howard