Ray Stitch is a fabric and haberdashery shop who sell everything you'll need for your sewing projects, including cake, as well as running courses in dressmaking and fabric craft.
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Venue Details & Map
99 Essex RoadCanonburyLondonN1 2SJ
- +44 (0)20 7704 1060
- Public transport:
- Essex Road, National Railway
This cute little fabric shop is undeniably at a very convenient spot in Islington. I am very fond of this place for the 'eco friendly' concept behind it. I adore their bamboo silk and fair trade cottons. However, what stops me from being really passionate about this place is their distinct limitation in both - their range and staff and owner's knowledge about their goods. Worse then this is,...more
Part of my morning ritual. Drop in to Ray Stitch and have good coffee with Sams freshly baked muffins. Great looking haberdashery shop with lovely people. Everything from multi coloured buttons to fabric to coffee.more
In this day and age, coffee will be served just about anywhere, my favourite and most recent new find is within this gorgeous little haberdashery.
Ray-Stitch initially enticed me with it's sun-soaked outdoor tables and chairs- somewhat a rarity for Islington- too many bars occupy the morning sunshine spots I've come to notice, and hands down this is a massive draw...(when London, does of...more
Ray Stitch is a cute little coffee/haberdashery shop (surely a combination which will never be repeated) on Essex Road. I am not really qualified to comment on the haberdashery part (although everything looked very pretty) but my coffee (in flat white form) was suitably creamy and my Chelsea bun was perfect with lots of currants and a well judged level of sweetness. The other cakes and...more
New place for amazing items for sewing & crafts, beautiful fabrics and high-fashion patterns, buttons, etc. I don't sew but this shop makes me want to start! I only tried a coffee there, they use Climpson & Sons beans. I had a latte which was quite lovely, and they offer a few different kinds of milk (skimmed, full, soya) which is nice as some of the nicer coffee places only have one kind....more