I established the London Cloth Company in 2011. We use restored machinery, dating from as early as 1870, to supply renowned brands and niche designers all over the world with high-quality cloth.
Weave your own unique wool scarf using a vintage power loom. I'll take you behind the scenes at our mill, which is packed with restored machinery, to show you each stage of the cloth-making process—from design to finished product. Then it's your turn to weave. Choose from a range of colorful yarns to design your bespoke pattern, then weave your scarf with one-on-one assistance.
The mill can be cold in the winter, so be sure to dress warmly.
Snacks and Other
A light lunch. Biscuit and cake
Tea and coffee
Taxi from station to mill
Medal You'll receive an enameled London Cloth Company badge.
We'll be at the London Cloth Company mill in Epping Forest. Based within former WWII army barracks, the 2,600-square-foot space is jam-packed with restored weaving machinery, reams of cloth, and hundreds of cones of colorful yarns.