Have you seen our lovely feature in Knit Today, March issue? Our mission is to make sure knitters make the connection between a stress-free knitting experience and the creation of an authentic, wearable product. Why not give it a go and try one of our knitting kits?
Deserts and knitting = the perfect combo! Our knitting class in Nord came with Elderflower Sorbet and Coffee ice-cream! #inlove
The truth. Always be knitting. x
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Calling all gift shops, curators, bloggers and retailers: Our first trade show is nearly upon us and we’re quite excited! We’ve got a few great stand ideas and our preparations are well underway. If you’d like to book an appointment to see us, please get in touch: hello[at] stitchandstory[dot]com.
If you are a trader and would like to visit the show for free, get in touch and we’ll be more than happy to send you free tickets to the show.
Earls Court London12th - 14th January 2014
A lovely feature on Stitch & Story’s founders’ Jen Chan and Jen Hoang by Blogster: The Boulevardiers. Here’s a snippet of our Q&A with them:
Who’s Stitch and who’s Story in your duet?Our name doesn’t represent anyone but rather, an idea. Knitting is a way of embedding our creations with emotions and memories i.e. on all the careful time spent crafting; the cakes and coffee accompanied with curious minds; and the victory of finishing your hand-knitted item, quirks and all! We want every knitted project to be meaningful, whether it’s for gifting or for yourself – there’s just a great sense of achievement in having knitted an item yourself and that adds to the richness of stories behind handmade products and thus, every ‘stitch‘ knitted builds a ‘story‘…!Knitting…how come it’s now fashionable?
Like other recent boom in household crafts such as baking and sewing, the return to needles and yarn has been seen as a wider backlash against the superficiality of modern life. While manufactured goods can be functional, durable, beautiful, even inspiring, the very fact that they are mass-produced makes them disposable. In its uniqueness, a handmade item such as a knitted item carries the imprint of its creator. The very fact that you’ve made it means no one else will be wearing the same thing as you!