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Stitch London has collaborated with London’s Science Museum to create a Stitch Yourself component for the museum’s Who Am I? exhibit, opening in June 2010.

You are invited to contribute a tiny Stitched Self and take part in scientific stitching history. The idea is that you work your stitching science on your blank body to create a tiny version of you.

Stitch London has provided a handful of “blank body” patterns, but participants are not limited to using just those. As long as stitched selves meet the guidelines mapped out on the Stitch London site, they are welcome for submission. Read more on the Stitch London site.


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