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Stitchery Do


By IMAGE
26th May 2013
Stitchery Do

Map Stitching

We’re feeling very hands-on at the moment; if you’re coming over all Blue Peter, too, grab a map of your favourite place or a corner thereof. And a needle and thread. Now, trace a journey by land or by sea. We’re ultimately going to slide ours into a frame and give it to someone for whom this is a very special part of the world. Hopefully, he’ll overlook the fact that stitchery was never our strongest suit.