Crafting During Coronavirus – participants wanted!

Stitching Together network member Naomi Clarke is involved in a research project called Crafting During Coronavirus as part of her PhD research at the University of Bristol. She writes: “This is obviously an incredibly difficult and tumultuous time for many people but I have also seen a real creativity coming through social media with people learning …

CASE STUDY: Lynn Setterington – Scaffolding for Life

This case study explores a participatory textile making project by Lynn Setterington. To see more case studies or find out how to contribute one yourself, click here. Title of case study project or workshop Scaffolding for Life (a test which will inform a larger research project) Name(s) of practitioner(s) and institution/organisation, if any The patchwork …

CASE STUDY: Jessica Jacobs, Andrea Morreau and Emily O’Mara – Our Hamlets: Community Mapping Project

This case study explores a participatory textile making project by Jessica Jacobs, Andrea Morreau and Emily O’Mara. To see more case studies or find out how to contribute one yourself, click here. Title of case study project or workshop Our Hamlets – Counter Mapping Communities in Felt Name(s) of practitioner(s) and institution/organisation, if any Jessica …

CASE STUDY: Louise Scollay and Alison Mayne – Cleeking in the Archives

This case study explores a participatory textile making research project by Louise Scollay and Alison Mayne. All images are copyright Mihaela Bodlovic. To see more case studies or find out how to contribute one yourself, click here. Title of case study project or workshop Cleeking in the Archives Name(s) of researcher(s) and university affiliation, if …

CASE STUDY: Shirley Mclauchlan – Personalised Stitching Workshop

This case study explores a participatory textile making project by Shirley Mclauchlan. To see more case studies or find out how to contribute one yourself, click here. Title of case study project or workshop Personalised stitching workshop Name(s) of practitioner(s) and institution/organisation, if any Shirley Mclauchlan, Edinburgh University Context for project Public engagement. I was …

A brief summary of the second event: the Critical Reflection Workshop

On Tuesday 9th July we welcomed 18 attendees (including ourselves) to the Arts University Bournemouth for our second network event, the Critical Reflection Workshop. The weather was hot and the beach was close by, but an intense day with a full programme of workshop sessions kept us occupied! Our aim for the day was to …