How to be a Handmade Hero Part 2: No sleep till Beneh Meriah

The second thrilling instalment of my Indonesia trip with Save the Children and three fellow Crafty Avengers for the Craftivist Jigsaw Project. We travel to deepest Bener Meriah, come hell or rather too high water.

Also features more stuff on a bike than you can possibly imagine, more people in a pick-up truck then is healthy, and Hilary ‘Craftblog UK’ Pullen eating weird roadside fruit.

Not sure what I’m on about? Grab yourself a cup of tea and cast your eyeballs over a quick video where I hope to talk you into being a piece of possibly the most ambitious craft project to spring from the tips of tiny needles. Here’s How to be a Handmade Hero: Part 1.

Join us on the Save the Children Jigsaw Project page.

Read all about the project and why you should take part at: Being a piece of the Craftivist Jigsaw: how craft can help change the world for the better


3 Comments

  1. Tess aka @homespunlife
    November 13, 2012

    Following along from far-away Wisconsin in the U.S. Don’t drink the water Lauren, and make sure Toerag stays high and dry.

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    • Deadly Knitshade
      November 18, 2012

      Thanks for following! More posts up soon! I’ll try to remember about the water. :P

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    • Deadly Knitshade
      November 21, 2012

      Yes! Please join in the project and send us your piece. You can also make a piece for your local politician where you are. World-changing craft is good anywhere. :) x

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