stitch and forage

I’ve known Hannah at Seeds and Stitches for about five years; we met when I stumbled across her wonderful blog in 2011, and bonded over crafts, the environment (although she’s far better at her ethical efforts than I am!) and gardening. She’s now working as a stylist and writer, and has teamed up with Natasha Richardson of Forage Botanicals (definitely check out the podcast if you haven’t already – there’s so much to learn) to produce a summer e-course titled Stitch and Forage.

Made up of four modules, the course teaches you how to pass the summer in a more ethical and thoughtful way, focusing on crafting, cooking and enjoying the natural world; working through each section you’ll learn to make simple sewn projects, discover the joys of foraging for food and find out how to make the perfect fire. As well as the tutorials, there are also added extras such as printables, planning guides and resource links, so everything is as easy as possible, even for the absolute beginner.

As we’re heading towards the end of the summer, Hannah and Natasha have reduced the cost of the course to £15 – but it’s only available until August 31st, so don’t leave it too long to take advantage of such a brilliant bargain!

1 Comment

  1. Molly
    September 3, 2016 / 6:24 pm

    I love Hannah! Her styling and creativity are so inspirational. This is such a pretty post. x

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