Talk: Knitted Street Art and Other Street Art That Doesn’t Stick Around (Brockley Street Art Festival)
Artist and pioneering UK graffiti knitter Deadly Knitshade (Lauren O’Farrell) shares her unique approach to street art, discussing the new trend in removable and transitory street art, and providing first-hand advice on finding your own street art style.
Celebrating the 4th of July with fibre-based fireworks I’m having a little party and you’re all invited. Meet the Stitch New York knits!
Stitch New York’s little big city knits will be strutting their stitched stuff at the Royal Fesitval Hall on Thursday 4th of July.
Join the sneaky stitching graffiti knitter Deadly Knitshade on Friday June 21st at 8pm for a yarnstorming alien invasion of the London Overground.
Yarnstorms tend to be quite quiet things. Lurking there all woolly and colourful but not really saying much to the ears. Why are the ears not included in the woolly love, I ask you? It’s a tragedy that must be fixed!
Wondering all about Muncher the BT ArtBox Monster? Monday July 9th at 7pm is your chance to meet the Monster Maker and ask anything you like. I’ll be on the Trafalgar Square Roundabout from 7pm and will be talking about our crafty creations and any fielding Monster Making questions you might like to ask.
Come and say hello and meet the Monster and maker. Go on
Join me, steampunk scribbler extraordinaire Gail Carriger, Plarchie the squid, Cooey the Pigeon (armed with her very own tiny and lethal parasol) for an evening of steampunky book signing and giant squid.
I’ve teamed up with the fantabulous folks at Craft to release one of the patterns from the shiny Stitch London book into the wild.
You’ll have to keep quiet or I’m not sure he’ll come out. Ready? Shhhh. Meet Toerag the Tube Mouse…