AVAST! THAR BE STITCHING FROM THE DEEP SEA!
Stitch London has teamed up with London’s Natural History Museum to invite you to Stitch a Squid to celebrate the creatures of the briny deep on show in their Deep Sea exhibition as part of After Hours.
Join Stitch London at the Natural History Museum 27 August 2010 from 6pm to 9.30pm
Come and knit yourself a nautical beast in the shadow of Dippy the Dinosaur as London's most beast-filled museum mixes craft and seaweed in a briny extravaganza the like of which you've never seen before.
The event is free so pop along on the night, sign up for a squid stitching session and make yourself a woolly friend from the salty depths.
More about the Deep Sea Escapees
More about the Stitched Squid knitting pattern
Stitch a Squid FAQs
Can anyone Stitch a Squid? Yes. It's an easy peasy pattern that even beginners can master.
Do I need to sign up before? No. Just come along on the night and sign up. Make sure you get there early to snag a spot.
Where can I find the Stitch a Squid event? We'll be in the main hall of the museum. We'll be the ones knitting and surrounded by squid and other stitched sealife.
Is there other stuff going on at the Museum? Yes. Loads! Check out the NHM website for all the info.
Can I take my Stitched Squid home with me? Yes. Providing your promise to feed him and keep his tentacles tangle free.
I heart your knitted squid. Can I have buy the pattern? If we survive the squid-wrestling the pattern will be available after the event on Ravelry here.
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