Stuck for a New Year’s Resolution? Join our London Workshop to encourage positive change in 2012 :)

28 Nov Stuck for a New Year’s Resolution? Join our London Workshop to encourage positive change in 2012 :)

Join the Craftivist Collective to encourage positive change in 2012

Where: Paper Dress Boutique

When: Thursday 12th January 7:30pm- 9:30pm

Available to all over 18 years old of any or no craft ability. £15- All resources provided. 20 people maximum.  

Buy your ticket here before it sells out! 🙂 

We are encouraging you to take up craftivism as a New Year’s Resolution (if you haven’t already!) in 2012 and take on our Don’t Blow It project. 

If you are in London please come to our workshop run by our Founder Sarah Corbett you will learn the classic skill of embroidery whilst also learning how to influence change-makers in the UK. You will create a handkerchief for the influencial person of your choice (this might be a politican, banker, teacher, journalist, judge or someone else) and you will recieve support on what to write on your handkerchief and how to get in touch with and influence that person.

Craftivist Sarah Corbett will also tell you more about the history of craftivism and the methods you can use. 

All materials are provided including handkerchiefs, thread, needles, pens, instructions and a kit to put them in to take home if you don’t finish your handkerchief. Plus additional Craftivist Collective products are available for purchase in the shop after class.

  • Level: Beginner
  • Teacher: Sarah Corbett
  • Course Length: 2 hours
  • Fee £15 (including all resources)
  • Availability: 20 spaces in total

Biscuits will be provided with a cup of tea. With the option of buying homemade cake, tea and coffee. Buy your ticket here before it sells out! 🙂 

If you cannot attend please look out for our hanky kits that will be available shortly for you to buy and then deliver wherever you are in the world as a group or individual 🙂 

  • Dilly Tante
    Posted at 13:56h, 01 December Reply

    Any chance of any regional workshops? All the cool craft stuff is in London, and I am not!

    • Craftivist Collective
      Posted at 18:41h, 02 December Reply

      We would love to Dilly! 🙂 please email us at craftivist[dot]collective [at] gmail[dot]com and let us know where you are based and if we can work together to set up a workshop were you are 🙂

  • preciousjoleneene
    Posted at 19:12h, 21 December Reply

    Hi Sarah / Craftivists

    At the Garnethill Women’s Institute in Glasgow our first undetaking was the Don’t Blow It Campaign. Still chivying people to finish and post, in fact I finished mine but didn’t ever post it…. will do that NOW and also have reminded our fellow ladies to keep at it – no time frame etc.

    We really love the sentiment behind the craftivists and will keep on supporting from Glasgow


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