In accordance with UK government directives, we have up-scaled our hygiene procedures at iinouiio and will continue shipping whilst safe to do so.
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Thanks for your patience and especially your interest in iinouiio. Keep safe: from all at iinouiio
We have such amazing customers!
For years we’ve been taught by celebrities that repeating an outfit is the ultimate sin! If you cast your mind back, I’m sure you can hear Lizzie McGuire being shamed for repeating a dress at her high school graduation.
We are so excited to say that John is going to be featured on season 2 of wasted the green impact podcast with Bruce Bratley!
When we think of Fast Fashion we think of the big brands like ASOS and Prettylittlething.com and their ever changing “New In” page. But in the age of ever growing consumer awareness customers are becoming more and more unhappy with this approach. We keep using our voices, saying that we want the environment to be a more considered part of the process and, slowly but surely, the brands are listening.
Wool on the Exe!
During February, we met with students from the University of Leeds Business School and set them an innovation challenge competition.
We are so grateful to our customers for their support and look forward to supplying them for many years to come.
Longer days and warmer nights are on the way and we’re so excited!
Don’t worry knitting isn’t just for winter! We can’t wait to get started on warmer weather projects and to help get your creative juices flowing we’ve gathered a list of fantastic projects to keep you knitting.
Before iinouiio John our co-founder had always been involved in the textiles industry working for his Dad when he finished school in the shoddy trade. You could say it was in his blood. Following the death of his father John started Evergreen in 1990.