Stitches for Survival at Mossmorran Protest

On August 1st, Craftivists took some of the Stitches for Survival Scarf to a rally at Mossmorran Oil and Gas Plant, organised by Climate Camp Scotland. The protest aimed to prevent the expansion of Scotland’s oil and gas industry and ultimately shut it down, to ensure a just transition for workers and to mobilise for climate justice.



Local Events across the UK

Stitches for Survival local groups have been getting busy this summer, stitching messages to demand action for climate protection. Go to our Regional Coordinators page to contact your local group and see how you can get involved. Here are a few of the great activities happening.

Bristol Stitchers regularly meet up at College Green to stitch and display their gorgeous panels and messages to the public.


Leeds Stitches for Survival hung their beautiful panels for Horsforth Walk of Art.


And at the North Leeds Snooker club…

Coventry Craftily Connected group put on an amazing display at the Albany Theatre.

Facebook group reaches 1k members

The Stitches For Survival call to action has really hit UK crafters’ strong climate and biodiversity concerns: our Facebook group has passed 1000 members!

There are many ways to join in with our craftivism – one being joining our Facebook community. The group was established in late March so the growth has been very encouraging!

It’s a great place to find inspiration and chat to other crafters during this time of limited opportunity to meet up. Here are some of the lovely sea-inspired panels taking shape: