Sunday, 3 October 2010

Knuck in is new home

Success!- Mohi

Craft connection gallery

Just to let you know that Stitches and Glue products are no longer available at the Craft connection Gallery in Merton Abbey Mills, which has since relocated. I'd like to thank everyone there for welcoming our monsters with open arms and best of luck with everything.

Monday, 5 July 2010

Darrann and Sarah

This great pair recently added a few bundles of fur to their family. Kota, sim, and Quo were welcomed into their home and are enjoying life. Thanks for the great photo!

Aly and Tonk.

Tonk along with Ebi, was recently adopted by Aly in the US. She sent us a pic of the two of them out enjoying the sunshine.

Monster Workshop Paper Toy competition results.

The results are in, swing by the stitchesandglue blog, for full details. Thanks to all those that took the time to enter.

Tuesday, 1 June 2010

Paper Toy competition!

We're teaming up with Plastic and Plush and offering followers the chance of owning a bespoke piece of Plush Art.

Simply construct your very own paper monster, by downloading the patterns here
(designed by Alexander Gweynne) and take a photo of your creation and send it back to us.
The more interesting the better and we would encourage participants to be creative and inventive of
their surroundings.

The winning submission will win themselves their very own,
one-off custom 'Monster Workshop' monster, selecting from a wide number of options available, with its own unique story. There will also be two runner up prizes of lucky monster claws.

Email your submissions to:
Each submission will be posted up on
Plastic and Plush's website, ourfacebook fan page and Flikr pages.
The competition will run until Sunday the 13
th of June. We look forward to seeing what you come up with!

Tuesday, 11 May 2010

Bry and Knutt

Go check out the adoption store for their full background story

Thursday, 15 April 2010

Ikem and Izziel- Siemese Monster

Ikem and Izziel were first spotted rummaging through boxes behind a high street shoe shop. Joined at the hip, it was thought that rounding up the pair would be a synch, but it took over a week of trying tomake the capture. They were only snared when one of the shop workers used chocolate buttons to bait a humane trap.

Initially it was thought that their bizarre condition would leave them at a disadvantage, in fact the reverse seems to be true. By pooling their intelligence and skills they are able to overcome obstacles withastounding levels of coordination. It is this teamwork that has given them an edge, ensuring their mutual survival.

Although they sometimes clash, they always look out for one another. This is just as well, a series of medical tests has confirmed that separation is not possible, as they share a single heart.

Wednesday, 10 March 2010

Wump and Reni

Here's Wump enjoying his last ride on top of Reni, before he jet's off to his new owner inWestport, Connecticut, USA.

Tuesday, 9 March 2010

Upcoming Show!

Red Gate Gallery presents

Featuring works by: Amy Russell, Anna Siemaszko, Ian Tatton, Joe Townend, Juan Blanco,

Leslie Wilson-Rutterford, Maia Schweizer, Paul Vincett, Roxane Grant, Sibylla McGrigor, Soheila Keyani,
Soraia Almeida, Susie Lowe, Wiracha Daochai and Zannah Cooper

Opening: Friday 2nd of April 2010 - 6 pm to 1 am (Live Music and DJ)

Exhibition runs from: Monday 29th of March 2010 – Thursday 8th of April 2010

Gallery Opening Hours: Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri: 11am to 6.30pm

Sat: 12.30pm - 5.00 pm

Last day of Exhibition: Thursday 8th of April: 11.00am to 5.00pm

'Smile' is a collaborative group show displaying works in various media including acrylic, oil, photography, new media, performance and installation. The exhibition 'Smile' aims to act as a cultural antidote to the recent global depression, natural disasters and a general mood of despondency. Smiling is a universal act, yet there have not been many reasons to do so lately. In the greater scheme of things one often forgets the little moments in life that make us smile and thus happy.

This forthcoming exhibition aims to challenge people to step out of their busy consumer driven life styles to take a split second to 'stop and stare' and to hold the moment and smile: here the true sense of smiling is in store not the 'fake' one so often dished out without meaning.

The art work shown portrays subtlety rather than shock value seen in recent mainstream exhibitions, the latter tending to alienate, rather than involve, the viewer.

Each artist participating in this show has their own way to express happiness and this exhibition demonstrates that no matter where one comes from, one can always find a reason to smile. With a feeling of anticipation, we hope that who ever visits 'Smile' will walk out with a smile, perpetuating a 'feel good factor'; well, at least for a brief moment…..

Nearest Buses from Brixton/Camberwell: 35 (From Clapham Junction), 45 (From Kings X), 345 (From Sth Ken to Peckham), P4 (Brixton to Lewisham) Nearest Train: LoughborougJunction Thames Link, via King X to Sutton)

Sunday, 21 February 2010


Monster Workshop/ Stitches and Glue recently got a mention on the Arts informative Blog, Primerime.

Saturday, 20 February 2010

Featured Monster- Bry

Bry was found digging up cabbages in an allotment, early
onemorning. An alarmed gardener was distraught to find all
his hard work turfed up and half chewed by the little cretin.
The Monster Workshop team went and caught Bry before he
caused any more damage. He has a few behavioral issues
and tends to follow his own set of rules, which means he’ll definitely keep you on your toes.

Friday, 19 February 2010

Craft Connection Gallery- London

Monster workshop has recently set up shop at the Craft Connection Gallery in London- 02085441610
Open wednesday-Sunday. Come down and see the little beasties up close!

Tuesday, 26 January 2010

Winner!! Plush of the year 2009

Monster Workshop's Embri was awarded, palstic and Plush's plush toy of the year!! check out the rest of the listings at: