· The unlikely generation driving the rise of knitting →
“Once you’ve understood how to hold your needles and how to do a knit and purl stitch, you’re totally ready to approach something like a beanie.”
· DFW Death of A Youth Sports Prodigy - And The Murder of A Broken Heart →
Despite his head-first slides, scuba dives and snowboarding highs, Chandler never broke a bone or even needed a single stitch.
· Neighbourliness to the fore: 'It's been the highlight of our lockdown' →
New friendships have been forged and communities stitched together as a result of the pandemic
· Coronavirus: Do you need a face mask and can you make one using items you have at home? →
Make 2 channels by folding the double layer of fabric over 1.5cm along each side and stitching this down.
· World Environment Day: 13 best plastic free tea bags to make your brew better for the planet →
Since 2014 the brand stopped using a staple to connect the organic string and plastic-free label, and instead uses a little stitch to attach it.
· Saregama signs global licensing deal with Facebook →
In the past, Facebook has stitched similar deals with T-Series, Zee Music and Yash Raj Films.
· This $25 handheld sewing machine is great for quick fixes, easy stitches →
And stitching things by hand?
· The thoughtful gifts to send couples who've had to cancel their wedding →
This Custom family portrait (Etsy, £11.50) caught our eye as a unique way to have a self-portrait stitched.
· Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty chose not to sell a single thing to observe Blackout Tuesday →
After being criticised for sharing black squares with white borders that matched her typical Instagram aesthetic, actor Watson shared a statement on Instagram stating that “white supremacy is one of the systems of hierarchy and dominance, of exploitation and oppression, that is tightly stitched into society”.
· Emma Watson says she ‘needs to work harder’ following Blackout Tuesday backlash →
“White supremacy is one of the systems of hierarchy and dominance, of exploitation and oppression, that is tightly stitched into society.”