The Baltic Triangle is famous for its creative community spirit and the success of one company may be the result of working with other creatives in the area. Its something we advocate as a CIC and attempt to see these relationships flourish through our Liverpool networking events.
Baltic Triangle neighbours, Love Lane and Make Thread, team up to support each other as business resumes to a near normal after the pandemic.
Love Lane have created a t-shirt alongside it’s offering of beers, food and events as part of their crowdfunding efforts for a new space upstairs. In partnership with local business, Make Thread, the t-shirts are live to buy using Make Thread’s on-demand, waste-free model.
This is the first collaboration of Make Thread’s Rise of the Independents campaign, aimed at bringing Liverpool’s small independent businesses and creatives together to support each other, creating a new avenue of income through wearable fashion that represents their brand.
“We’re so excited to be partnering with Make Thread to extend our offering and provide our customers and crowdfunders with Love Lane t-shirts. We feel proud to be able to create this with not only a neighbour in the Baltic Triangle, but one that aligns with our ethos towards
– John, Love Lane Brewery.
Make Thread creates brand fashion using a print-on-demand model, which empowers designers and brands to bring out wearable merchandise sustainably and risk-free, as there is no surplus of unsold stock.
How do you get one?
There are three ways you can get it:
Direct to your door for £15.
Pick it up at Love Lane and enjoy a pint of Love Lane Pale Ale or Lager on us for £15.
Pick it up at Love Lane and bag six bottles of Love Lane Pale Ale and a tote to take them away in – and if you ask nicely, you might get that free pint too – all for just £25.