The Haberdasher Bee
A Sustainable Haberdashery Shop
Plastic free haberdashery shouldn’t cost the earth – at The Haberdasher Bee, all products are carefully sourced with sustainability in mind
Why buy sustainable haberdashery tools from The Haberdasher Bee?
The Haberdasher Bee is an eco-friendly, sustainable haberdashery with a strong commitment to sustainability. I believe that all businesses have a responsibility to society and, as such, I have clear goals to continually improve how my business operates. You can read more about this on my Social Responsibility page.
All of my packaging is recyclable and wherever possible this is also made from recycled materials.
I don’t use any plastic in my packaging and I’m working to remove it completely from my supply chain.
I research all options before sourcing stock to find the most appropriate and sustainable products.
Shop the latest sustainable haberdashery
The Haberdasher Bee is a unique online haberdashery shop with sustainability at heart. I source sewing, knitting and crochet tools with their environmental impact in mind – both in terms of their materials and their manufacturing methods.
Organic cotton thread
Creative Crochet gift
Natural Knitting gift
Who is The Haberdasher Bee?
Hello! I’m Leanne and I run The Haberdasher Bee.
I work hard to source sustainable and eco-friendly haberdashery supplies so that you can sew, knit, and crochet away without worrying about the impact your makes are having on the planet.
Shop books on Bookshop.org
The Haberdasher Bee has an affiliate shopfront on Bookshop.org, so you can now buy crafting books while helping to support both my business and independent bookshops too. Check out this month’s selected books or search for any book using the searchbar below. Alternatively, head over to my affiliate page on Bookshop.org and browse through my curated lists.
Latest blog posts from The Haberdasher Bee
Happy New Year folks! I’ve spent the last couple of weeks planning out what I want to achieve with The Haberdasher Bee this year and so I thought this was a good way of laying things out.
Why might you choose to mark your notches a different way to your “usual” method, and what are some of the options?
Oh how times flies! In August last year, I officially set up The Haberdasher Bee and opened the shop the following month. It’s been an interesting first year and so I thought I’d take the time to sit …