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Exclusive Event: Stitch Yourself at the Science Museum

Posted by Deadly Knitshade on June 28, 2010

Stitch London has teamed up with London’s Science Museum to create a Stitch Yourself exhibit for the re-opening of their Who Am I? gallery.

See the Stitch Yourself exhibit for one night only in the main Energy Hall at the Science Museum Lates on 30 June 2010 from 6.45 to 10pm.

The exhibit features over 200 entries from all over the world and it’s possibly the only time you’ll ever get to see an army of tiny stitched people take over one of London’s most shiny museums.

You can also see Stitch London’s knitted chromosomes by Stitchettes Lauren O’Farrell and Marion Crick in the Who Am I Gallery’s permanent exhibit.

Tell us you’re coming on Facebook or Ravelry.

Can’t make it along on the night? Follow live Twitter tweets @stitchlondon

Join us. Go on.

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