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Make & Do

As part of our Saturday Share posts, I just stumbled across this awesome blog post by Creative Bristol, a blog dedicated to the creativeness in and around Bristol. The cool thing about this post is that I had no idea this shop even existed. Bristol is fairly big, so it’s hard seeing everything there. Make & Do sounds like an incredible little shop and I think I might have to pop in at some point to pick up some sewing skills.

Thank you Creative Bristol for a great blog post – and super well presented information on this little crafty hub!

Creative Bristol

If you are the kind of person who loves beautiful fabrics and likes to sew, Make & Do is just the place for you. Launched as an online project by Kirsten Clark in 2010, Make & Do is now a fabulous shop and workshop venue based on the lively Sandy Park Road in Brislington.


Kirsten is an arts graduate who, since finishing her studies, has developed a wide range of skills and experiences that feed into her work with Make & Do. Amongst other things, Kirsten has been a secondary school teacher (specialising in art and special educational needs), has run a Community Arts Project called Broadwalk Arts in Knowle, and has chaired the South Bank Arts Trail. The Make & Do project was partly developed to fit in with her role as mum to two small boys.


Kirsten first opened the Make & Do space in the back…

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