November Events – Book Now!

KOCO – Knit One Change One. An evening with Danielle Chiel.

WHEN: Fri 9th November 2018 | 7pm-10pm

WHERE: The Little Space 

3/384 Oxford St, Bondi Junction

FACILITATOR: Megan Kalucy

TICKETS:  $15/10 (includes afternoon tea) | Book here


 

Shared Threads is delighted to invite you to an evening with Danielle Chiel the founder of KOCO – Knit One Change One. Danielle will share the inspiring story of her rapidly growing entrepreneurial partnership with women living in rural villages of southern India. She has taught hundreds of women to knit and they are now producing cat-walk standard hand-knitted garments for the international textile industry. In doing so, she has stimulated local economic growth and employment and witnessed social and economic empowerment amongst the women involved.

Danielle will talk about her fascinating journey and invite us to join her Danielle Chiel Connect India Tour Guided by Danielle herself, participants are able to meet the local artisans who work with Danielle, sitting and talking with them as they work, hearing their stories as well as cooking and eating with them in their homes. Danielle will introduce to you the wonders of southern India that she has come to love and know intimately over more than 30 visits.

Drinks and snacks will be served.

Cost: $15/10 +GST


Making It Better – Again

 

WHEN: Sun 18th November 2018 | 1pm – 5pm

WHERE: The Bronte Sewing Room

2-28 Macpherson St, Bronte NSW 2024

FACILITATORS: Megan Kalucy and Colette Reynolds

TICKETS:  $40/30 (includes afternoon tea) | Book here


 

Back by popular demand, we are offering a follow up of last month’s Making It Better workshop. Join us on November 18th from 1-5pm (you said you wanted longer) at The Bronte Sewing Room in Macpherson St, Bronte for a relaxing and peaceful afternoon of gentle, meditative stitching.

Accompanied by tasty afternoon tea, beautiful surrounds and no domestic demands as well as engaging company, explore the possibilities of simple stitches in improving well being and creating interesting and beautiful embroidered pieces.

We will introduce some new techniques such as Boro mending and you may wish to bring along an item needing repair such as an injured pair of jeans or a jumper.

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