A Good Yarn
SamiArt's creative conversation,
A Good Yarn seeks to demonstrate our common bond using finger-knitting and storytelling to enable effortless connection and inspire empathy, understanding, and kindness.
A Good Yarn is supported by funding from The Mayor of London's Culture Seeds
We are delighted to be working with Sutton Night Watch Homeless Charity with support from Refugee and Migrant Network Sutton, Sutton Libraries London, and Sutton Heritage Services for this chapter of #AGoodYarnProject.
Workshops with the Homeless took place at Sutton Night Watch's new home in Manor Road, Wallington, in SEP 2020 (just before restrictions changed again!), and we are now planning a COVID-19 friendly installation/exhibition of all 5 chapters to date. We had originally planned to deliver this in the Family History Space at Sutton Central Library, with volunteer support from ESOL students of Refugee Migrant Network Sutton who took part in the Pilot Project #AGoodYarnProject, which was funded by Arts Network Sutton, in May 2019. RMNS participants helped co-design this chapter of
A Good Yarn
Due to COVID19 the initial start date of April 2020 was postponed. The installation & exhibition location has now changed to WHITEHALL HISTORIC HOUSE, CHEAM, and we look forward to making this as creatively engaging for the local community as possible - stay tuned for finger-knitting tutorial video and have a good yarn in your area
chunky yarns to the project!
WATCH THE FINGER KNITTING TUTORIAL