At the start of a new year we like to look back and reflect on the past 12 months and bring you the highlights for Sails and Canvas in 2023… Orlebar Brown – Window Dressing Orlebar Brown is a British clothing brand specialising in tailored men’s swim shorts and clothes for holidays. In January 2023 […]
We love the seahorse design that features on our marine life product range and in November we met with Neil Garrick-Maidment, founder and Executive Director of The Seahorse Trust to chat through the possibilty of Sails and Canvas doing something to help raise money for the charity. Neil set up the Trust in 1999 to […]
We’ve been making bags for The Donkey Sanctuary since 2020 – wash bags and shopper bags featuring loveable grey ears. The Donkey Sanctuary is a charity founded in 1969 by Elizabeth Svendsen, MBE. Their vision is for a world where donkeys and mules live free from suffering and their contribution to humanity is fully valued. […]
Offering an alternative to the mass produced, Reclaim is the go-to magazine for eco, vintage, upcycled & creative homes – Showcasing conscious interiors, sustainable and salvage homes and lifestyle – It’s great to see our recycled sailcloth deckchairs featuring in their Eco Beach Life article.
Super excited to tell you we are opening a pop up shop this summer. Come and see us at our sail loft studio on Topsham Quay, Topsham, Devon, EX3 0JB. See our collection of handcrafted bags and accessories all made from recycled sails and marine canvas. We will be open Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from […]
It’s always a pleasure to welcome a new stockist – say hello to MakerCulture in Black Jack Street, Cirencester. Tucked away opposite the side entrance to the church is one of Cirencester’s oldest streets, Black Jack Street. This quaint and historical street is full of independent shops, cafe’s and eating places. John and Bridget, the […]
Venture Magazine is a quarterly publication from Atkins Ferrie Wealth Management, based in the South West. It was a pleasure to chat with Katie Duggan, the magazine editor earlier in the year & lovely to read the finished feature article in the June-August issue…many thanks!
April’s issue of Funky Media Magazine features an 11 page article – Love Devon? Look Local – promoting Made in Devon, with double page spreads on four of its all-female member businesses – one of which is Sails and Canvas! Made in Devon is run by Devon County Council and is an extension to Trading […]
From windsurfers to dinghy sailors and personal watercraft users, there’s something for everyone wanting to get out on the water at the RYA Dinghy & Watersports Show in Farnborough. Now in it’s 71st year, visiting the show is a great opportunity for us to catch up with familiar faces and make new connections…and with so […]
Thanks to one of our Crew who spotted the article below in January’s Practical Boat Owner magazine! Let’s hope other readers are inspired by Jon Stratford to recycle their sails rather than sending them to landfill. See our webpage for everything you need to about Recycling your Sail with us and be part of our […]