On the 6th November during COP26, Stitches for Survival will be displaying 1.5 miles of beautiful hand-crafted scarf, on Glasgow Green Drying Poles and Railings.
Hundreds of Craftivists from around the world have knitted, crocheted, stitched and crafted 1.5 miles of climate messages for the COP26 negotiators to urge them to take bold and binding action together. Mass-craftivism to put the Earth centre-stage at COP26!
Please join us at the event and support the display of the amazing scarf in person, to show solidarity and demonstrate to world leaders our commitment to protecting the planet!
Although we want to send a message to world leaders at COP26, Stitches for Survival is all about inspiring “the every day person” to take positive action to tackle climate change: S4S shows what happens when hundreds of people knit together (pun intended) and we want to inspire “regular folk” to think about their habits, their carbon footprint and to learn about climate change. Thank you all for making this vision a reality!