Here’s what we have for you this month! More about these events and others on the website.
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Here’s what we have lined up for you this month at Stitched Up HQ! More details about these and all our workshops & events on the website here >>
Homeworkers Worldwide have this month published a study on the textile and garment manufacturing sector in Greater Manchester. They have compiled a list of 180 manufacturing sites across the region, and interviewed workers and factory managers. Their research found routine … Continue reading
It’s May! We’re so excited for everything that this month brings. Roll on summer! Here’s what we have on at Stitched Up this month: Weds 8th – Garment Making Course Thurs 9th – Pass Your Sewing Mchine Driving Test Workshop … Continue reading
Sharpen your sewing skills this month with one of our courses, fix your broken stuff at our Repair Cafe, or help us out on our monthly Volunteer Work Day. There’s more on the website too… View available courses for February … Continue reading
PROJECTS // Does craft improve your mental health? Do you make things as a form of therapy? Sew for self-care? If so WE NEED YOU! Join in our collaborative banner-making project, celebrating the benefits of creativity for wellbeing. There are … Continue reading
We have loads of great events for you this month, including our popular January Clothes Swap and a FREE banner making workshop celebrating the benefits of creativity for wellbeing. There’s more on the website too… View available courses for January … Continue reading
Full details of all events can be found on our website.
Have you ever wished there was a Repair Café in your local area? Somewhere you can take broken household items to get help fixing them? Well, why not start one up? We are running two FREE workshops in Manchester to … Continue reading
It’s Fashion Revolution Week! Get involved Today, 24th April is the fifth anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh – the worst industrial incident the garment industry has ever seen. Over 1,130 people were killed and thousands … Continue reading