This week The Herald named Stitches for Survival one of 10 great cultural and public events to see during COP26.
The display of the 1.5 miles of stitched and knitted scarf at Glasgow Green Drying Poles on the 6th November was described as “mass craftivism at its best”. The event is an opportunity to see the power of community action, with hundreds of people from around the world contributing to the amazing display of art.
Find the full article here, and read about the other amazing climate focussed events happening during COP26.
Join us Stitches for Survival on Saturday 6th November to demonstrate public will for action on climate change.