A Tale of Subversive Stitchers Documentary

I’ve you’ve got 20 minutes in your day, you should take the time to watch this insightful mini┬ádocumentary about needlework and it’s potential for social and personal impact. It follows both Fine Cell Work, a group of prisoners who have taken up needle work while incarcerated, and the Craftivist Collective, a small but growing movement using simple craft to make a statement. It’s amazing how something like a basic craft can mean so much to different people.

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One Response to “A Tale of Subversive Stitchers Documentary”

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    Jean says:

    Thanks so much for posting this. I ****LOVE**** this video. After watching it I’m inspired to do something random. What I love most out of it, is that one can really use any decorative art form for this purpose…

    Thanks so much… you literally just made my day!

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