Stitch-Up Studios

Stitch-Up Studios is a sewing workshop space and hub for practioners in the heart of Bristol. Designers and makers can benefit from shared resources and have the opportunity to work creatively together and learn from each other. Resident members have exclusive access to the shared use equipment and resources during members only time for a small monthly fee. We are always looking for people passionate about sewing and happy to get involved with the shared element of this studio to join our diverse team.

We also host regular sewing nights allowing people who already have a basic knowledge of sewing to use our facilities to work on their own creative projects. Visitors can expect to work alongside other sewing enthusiasts under the supervision of an experienced resident member.

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Opening hours

Resident members have 24 hour access 7 days a week. Sewing nights are Wednesday evenings 6-9pm by appointment only.

 

Address

The Island
Nelson Street
Bristol
BS12LE

07814168289
stitch-up@theislandbristol.com
www.theislandbristol.com/spaces/stitch-up-studios

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