Fine Cell Work is a charity and social enterprise that runs rehabilitation projects in 30 British prisons by training prisoners in paid skilled creative needlework undertaken in the long hours spent in their cells to foster hope discipline and self-belief. The work produced in prison includes stitching needlepoint and embroidered cushions bags wall hangings and patchwork quilts. They even offer a tapestry finishing service. Products are of a superb quality as prisoners are taught by experienced volunteers including members of the Embroiderers and Quilters Guilds. They can also be commissioned to produce high quality bespoke pieces at competitive prices.