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.
 Photography by Andrea McIntosh
Local Attendees at the Winter Makers Market.

Just prior to Christmas, Stitches in Time brought together local designers and crafts-people of all kinds in the yearly culmination of the various enterprise, creative, and educational programmes that were run during the year. 2014 will host another exciting array of projects, leading towards an equally festive celebration for the years end, promoting collaboration and community across the sector.

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Exhibitions and News

  • 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 22 Apr 2014 08:41 by SIT WEB
  • Barts and The London NHS Trust textiles One of the community groups at the Yvonne Carter research building at the Barts and London Hospital celebrate their success in creating three textile hangings.The Blue Gate Fields, St ...
    Posted 19 Feb 2014 09:40 by SIT WEB
  • Winter Makers Market Stitches in Time are hosting a Winter Makers Market at The Limehouse Town Hall on the 6th and 7th December showcasing a rich range of design and craft talent, made ...
    Posted 12 Nov 2013 08:20 by SIT WEB
  • Art for Community Health The project was instigated through the Art Committee at the Centre for Primary Care and Public Health Trust based at The Yvonne Carter Building. Textile artworks to be displayed in ...
    Posted 12 Nov 2013 07:33 by SIT WEB
  • Imprints The Imprints project was inspired by the salt cellar box in the Tower of London collections and devised by Natalie Cain from Historic Royal Palaces, who funded the project, in ...
    Posted 12 Nov 2013 06:11 by SIT WEB
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