For those who want to spend their downtime creatively and purposefully
Meet Our Founder
After working in the sportswear industry as a clothing designer, I began yearning for the slower pace of making my own things again. Many of us can relate to what a beautifully gratifying and meditative process it is to slow down and make things for ourselves and others.
My goal is to create an opportunity for more people to experience the joy of making.
Everyone has a creative side, but some of us may be intimidated to try making things because we don't know where to start or how to find the resources, and this is where Project Weekend comes in.
Making Made Easy
Each season, we provide a collection of yarn and wood carving based projects that include all of the tools, materials and patterns so you can create beautiful items for yourself, your home, and for loved ones.
Our curated kits save you from the exhaustive materials and tools sourcing process and are delivered right to your front door, so you can spend more time making and less time running around town trying to find everything.
Along with your kit, you’ll get access to our supportive tutorial videos and guides so you can learn to make things at your own pace, no matter what your experience level may be.
As a company rooted in creativity, we flex this skill by designing projects with minimal impact. Historically, the crafting industry hasn’t been the most transparent or sustainable and we want to help reshape that narrative.
At every decision point, we build our Project Weekend kits with best practices in mind and effect change where we can.
We ask all of the hard questions so you can have the peace of mind knowing your projects were sourced ethically and responsibly.
With our years of experience in design and production, we’re able to identify and partner directly with suppliers who have a positive social and environmental impact.
Tons of materials end up in landfills every year because they couldn’t be recycled or composted. Our products are made of biodegradable or recyclable materials like wood, metal, cotton and wool.
Once you’ve finished a project you can reuse your beautiful tools to start something new and hand them down for generations.