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Quilt number three Equality in Politics is finished (for now)

Despite breaking my right clavicle I managed to get quilt number three finished. After all the bling of the gender pay gap quilt I fancied sewing something a bit simpler. 430 more words

Start a revolution...

Several people have asked over the past few days about what constitutes craftivism. Basically, it’s any crafted item that gets a message across – whether personal or political. 120 more words


ScrapHappy April

This month’s ScrapHappy make is a “no-sew” shopping bag that involved a lot of sewing. I mentioned this creation in my post about craftivism the other day, but it’s finished now and I’m quite pleased with it. 351 more words


Be part of something crafty

As you know from my post the other day, I am involved in putting together a craftivism display in May and I’d love you to contribute. 279 more words


Knit your bit! Socks, WWI, and the Next Generation of Knitters

Yesterday, (April 8) a couple of fantastic knitters any myself combined forces to participate in an Family Day event at the Northeast Georgia History Center… 480 more words


Crafting for the greater good

Once upon a time, crafting and mending was a necessity for many women. These days it can be a pleasant hobby – but for some it is so much more. 1,520 more words


Finished Project: Water is Life

Happy Friday everyone, I’m back with another politically-minded embroidery project.

This one is done with three strands of floss in different shades of blue on what I think is cotton (it’s a random fabric from my stash). 63 more words

Finished Projects