Stitched Science

Stitched Science

It’s only four days until the Stitch London team will be joining us at the museum to stitch the world’s largest handmade solar system. From neurons to giant Jupiter, your skills are needed to help create this piece of art, so come down and join in!

Don’t worry if you can’t knit or stitch - the Stitch London experts will also be running workshops to show you how. Take a look at our website for all the workshop times and information. The event is free and there’s no need to book – just drop in.

You can see the progress Stitch London have been making and check out some of the science specimens people have already sent in on their picture blog. We have also pulled out a few favourites below.

Purly Paracetamol from Anna Collins

Purly Paracetamol from Anna Collins

Sami Teasdale’s amazing ‘Golden Hope’ made from a radiotherapy mask and Liberty fabric.

Sami Teasdale’s amazing ‘Golden Hope’ made from a radiotherapy mask and Liberty fabric.

See you at the weekend and in the meantime don’t forget to follow us on Twitter and Facebook to stay up to date on all the latest events and news from the museum too.

Plus please share your experiences over the weekend by using the hashtag #stitchedscience.

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