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Self-Care Interview Series with Sayraphim Lothian March 3, 2015

It’s an exciting day around these blog parts for a couple of reasons. First of all, wrenbirdarts is stepping off of the continent today for today’s interview series. 1,034 more words

#selfcare

ECH Stories of Resilience Cloth Art project - part 2

Following on from my residency at Emerald Community House (ECH) and in the lead up to this years annual PAVE festival I have begun stage two of the ‘Stories of Resilience in Cloth Art’ project – a workshop series where I invite locals to make their own cloth-artwork that tells a story about resilience and what it means to them. 1,061 more words

Musings

Craftivist Collective #wellMaking Garden

I am such a fan of the UK Craftivist Collective.

Please see their newest project #wellMaking Garden here. Also, see photos of their recent party on Flicker… 25 more words

Craftivism

#lovetriangle

Lots of people talk about loving others, its quite a trendy thing to do.

But sometimes what the world needs is a little less conversation and a little more action! 332 more words

For the love of...

…local coffee shops serving delicious lemon drizzle cake.
…being outside, especially by the sea.
…padding about barefoot in the summer.
(Photo credit: T Kendal)

This Valentine’s Day the… 241 more words

Sustainability

An Act of Craftivism: Old Manolis and the Sea

“Craftivism” is a new term in my lexicon and it’s one I’m rather excited about. It is quite literally, the merging of craft with activism and it appears to be to bounded only by creativity. 402 more words

Knitting

Official Press Release from the Craftivists Garden Project

“Craftivism brings people together and gives us purpose”
Craftivists #wellMAKING Garden demonstrates public’s desire for meaningful activity

More than 750 knitted, crocheted and stitched flowers made an eye-catching focal point at the Craftivists #wellMAKING Garden exhibition on Tuesday, the culmination of a six month project that saw over 50 stitch-ins held across the UK. 565 more words