Year: 2018

Women In Business – in the Studio with the Stitch Sainte Luce Embroiderers

by Rebecca Dallimore

In September we created our own Women’s Week. Designed to share with our online community some stories from the studio with the help of a few special individuals, meet Esterline, Virginie, Fideline, Rosine and Cleire: Esterline is the President of Stitch Sainte Luce. Income generated from selling her embroidery through Stitch has not only helped […]

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All Over the Shop! Upcoming UK events for Stitch

by Rebecca Dallimore

We love to travel the UK sharing the Stitch products and always get such a fantastic interest from market-goers not only on the products but also the project and wider SEED Madagascar organisation. It’s a great way to tell people what we do and a great way for people to find out how they can […]

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Partners and Progress for Stitch

by Rebecca Dallimore

A couple of weeks back we looked at the history of Madagascar, the country’s independence and how the SEED Madagascar projects bring independence to individuals and communities in the South East. As Stitch progresses through it’s fourth phase, independence is on the horizon for the cooperative. Last week both the embroiderers and the SEED project […]

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Donate when you Shop – for free!

by Rebecca Dallimore

Online shopping is something that pretty much everyone does these days, first and foremost for it’s convenience and secondly you can find some pretty good discounts. Amazon is a big player in this and although many involved in the sustainability space boycott Amazon for it’s less than desirable impacts on the environment they are trying […]

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Independence for Madagascar

by Rebecca Dallimore

Last month we celebrated 58 years of Independence for Madagascar, a monumental day in the history of the country and its people. Madagascar’s history takes twists and turns, a nation that was continually and reluctantly ruled by outside nations willing to fight for it. Over the past two thousand years the island has received waves […]

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