How To... Finger Knit With Think Make Do
Kelly OConnor Digital and Events Marketing Coordinator
5th Sep 2013
Oxfam Kingston has been home to some very crafty workshops for the past few months, led by the team at Think Make Do.
After a little summer break - the team are back to bring you some more exciting workshops.
Nicole & Rhian of Think Make Do will be taking people through a range of experimental textile processes that will be used to upcycle the clothing at Oxfam Kingston.
You can catch the classes on the first Thursday of every month, 7pm-9pm, at the Oxfam shop in Kingston. Get creative; learn a new skill and all at the same time as giving to Oxfam. You'll be able to learn how to print, knit and stitch. All abilities are welcome.
As a teaser the ladies have prepared a video about how to finger knit. You can watch this easy tutorial below:
As a guest at the Think Make Do workshop for Oxfam you have the choice to buy the garment that you've selected to upcycle during the session, with all proceeds of this going to Oxfam. Alternatively, at the end of the session you can place the upcycled garment onto the rail in the Oxfam shop to be sold.
Already excited? Well here's what you need to know:
Duration: 2 hours
Times: 7pm-9pm, first Thursday of every month
September 5th - Block Printing
October 3rd - Creative Stitch
November 7th - Finger Knitting
December 5th - Shibori
Let us know if you go and tweet us some pictures to @OxfamFashion