Handmade accessories and furnishings company ReVampt is to launch a new collection of patchwork items in February.
The arrival of the range will coincide with the Victoria & Albert museum's Quilts 1700-2010 exhibition in London - which opens on March 20th, and at which ReVampt's owner and designer will be running a two-day patchwork quilt workshop and re-working textile workshop.
The ReVampt Patchwork Collection will include a selection of items made from contemporary and vintage reclaimed fabrics - mainly denim - which are eco-friendly and sustainable off cuts previously destined for landfill.
Items include throws, cushions, cot quilts, doorstops, bags, recovered chairs and stools, footstools, table runners and matching mats.
The Patchwork Social quilt making workshop at the V&A museum will run on May 1st and 2nd, while the Reworking Textile Workshop will run on May 3rd.