Stitches in Time is a participatory arts organisation. We design and deliver education and community development arts programmes, public commissions and training courses in visual and textile arts.

FabricWorks is the enterprise programme of Stitches in Time. We provide training in tailoring and sewing skills and we offer a bespoke production service for textile commissions.

Income generated by FabricWorks supports Stitches in Time community development and education programmes.
Hanging depicting concepts of DNA helix structure, made for Barts & the London hospital 2014. Groups involved included the Locksley Elders Group and English for Sewing in Limehouse, the Yvonne Carter Staff, Bluegate fields and St Johns Parents, with artists Sheila McQuaid, Janet Llewellyn-Dunn, and Anna Cocciadiferro.

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Exhibitions and News

  • Children In Need Summer Playscheme This summer, we held our 5th annual Summer Playscheme for children on the Locksley Estate, during their school summer holidays. We invited local children to play, make, sew, garden, explore ...
    Posted 30 Sep 2014 09:45 by Paul Garayo
  • Programmes for Health and Well-being: Projects round-up Since 2004 we have explored and contributed to ideas of health and well-being in partnerships with health centres across the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. Our broad range of ...
    Posted 18 Jun 2014 06:39 by Paul Garayo
  • Westminster Fashion Westminster has seen an exciting surge of grassroots fashion creation thanks to valuable support from the Rotary Club of St Marylebone. We worked with parents of the Portman Early Childhood ...
    Posted 28 May 2014 08:54 by Paul Garayo
  • Sure Start and Ocean Project The Sure Start and Ocean textile project was completed at the beginning of the year with these two pieces. Participants at two centres made a textile hanging for their centre ...
    Posted 29 May 2014 09:49 by Paul Garayo
  • Action for Bow! Work is well under way on our year-long project to encourage collaboration and entrepreneurship in the communities of Bow. By facilitating intergenerational workshops between elders and youth groups, parents ...
    Posted 8 May 2014 07:39 by SIT WEB
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