Promote Your Work #MyStitchJourney

As many of you will know, we just love to teach! With so many benefits to being crafty and creative we’re eager to encourage it (especially anything of the stitched variety), in the hope that everyone, everywhere will develop a passion for stitching – we’ve got to dream big! We’re also eager to support and promote creators, makers, stitchers, artists and teachers so we’re letting you know how we’d like to help you out.


We’ve found that more and more of you are embracing social media to share your learning journeys, and places like Instagram and Facebook are perfect platforms. Throughout your course feel free to use the #MyStitchJourney hashtag or tag us @school_of_Stitch and we’ll repost and promote your work. We’re also happy to do this for graduates of ours so share your creative journey and start promoting your work!

You may also get featured on one our blogs like these students and graduates.


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To assist with my @school_of_stitch #knittingcourse & my #knitdesigner #aspirations, I went in search of wooden knitting gauge ruler on Etsy. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find one in a UK Etsy shop (I prefer to support local wherever possible but they were all some sort of polymer), so I widened my search to try and find someone making/selling in Europe – and I did! All the way from based in Minsk, Belarus 🙃 They are beautifully made – all the edges are really smooth! They also have all the metric and US sizes on them too 🙃 #knittingtools #gaugeruler #knittinggauge #knittingaddict #knitlove #knitsagram #handmade #etsyfinds #supportsmallbusiness #igknitter #igknitters #ravelryknitter #knitterseverywhere #knittingnotions #schoolofstitchedtextiles #memorableland #yarntastic

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New needlecase from my hardanger sample #schoolofstitchedtextiles

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