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Wednesday In-Person Social

Wednesday In-Person Social

Join us on Wednesday afternoons for in-person socials in our studio space! Your registration fee is deposited into your store credit account, and can be applied to future purchases.

Max. no. of spots is 8. Advanced booking recommended, space for drop-ins usually available. Please check here for parking information.

What's a Stitch Social?

A Stitch Social at Artisanthropy is a gathering of creative individuals from our community whom love to craft with their hands. Knitting, crochet, cross-stitching, tatting, felting, spinning (with a portable device, like a drop-spindle), weaving (with a small, handheld or lap-top loom) - whatever your fibre obsession, you're welcome to bring it with you to our socials.

Can I Get Some Help?

From time to time, should you need some assistance with a crochet or knitting  project, our staff may be able to assist you with your pattern or stitch work. We limit this assistance to 10 minutes per social.

Socials are not a place to learn an entirely new craft. For that, please consider taking a class.

What to Bring

While you're welcome to bring whatever project you're working on, we do highly encourage you to bring projects using yarn, fibre and / or tools you purchased with Artisanthropy. We absolutly LOVE doing Show and Share each week, seeing your progress, and taking photos of finished objects to post on our socials (with credit to you, of course).

What to Expect

Stitch Social is a time to Show and Share your project, especially if it's something you bought from Artisanthropy. It's a time to appreciate and encourage others' projects. You will also be the first to see our latest drops - new product lines, or new colours of old favourites, etc. From time to time we may host a Knit-A-Long (KAL), Crochet-A-Long (CAL), or other Make-A-Long (MAL). Students from our classes may drop in for additional support in between sessions. And our Sock Box Subscribers may join in to show off their latest box deliveries and projects.

Code of Conduct

Our goal here at Artisanthropy is for Stitch Social time to be a "safe space" for everyone. We make an effort to minimize discussions of the the following topics in an effort to remain non-judgmental, upbeat, positive, creatively-focused and accepting of everyone, no matter their walk in life:

  • politics
  • religion
  • war
  • any other controversial topics of the day

Essentially, ask yourself the question "Does this contribute positively to the group dynamic?". If the answer is "no" or "I don't know", then please keep it to yourself.

Let's make an effort to show support and acceptance to all on their crafting and life journeys.

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