Stitch Buffalo aims to empower refugee women of Buffalo by providing meaningful work and a fair wage. Like the domino effect, this small but powerful financial independence infuses each woman, her family and in turn, her community. Through the creation of beautiful, handcrafted textiles, she is nurturing her cultural heritage while assuring her self-worth as a woman and a human being.

Shop unique, handmade products made through the Refugee Women’s Workshop at our storefront on Niagara St.

 
 

खुसी स्त्रीको कार्यशाला

सोमबार, बुधवार, र शुक्रवार am बिहान 4 बेलुका १२१15 नायाग्रा स्ट्रिट, बफेलो, NY १21२33 मा अवस्थित

निशुल्क

यो एक शरणार्थी महिलाको लागि नयाँ सिलाई प्रविधिहरू सिक्नको लागि एक समय हो, नयाँ परियोजनाहरूको लागि आपूर्तिहरू इकट्ठा गर्न र बिक्री गर्न सिलाईको लागि समाप्त परियोजनाहरू बन्द गर्नुहोस्।

REFUGEE WOMEN'S WORKSHOP

Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 9am–4pm
Located at 1215 Niagara Street, Buffalo, NY 14213

No fee

This is a time for refugee women to come learn new stitch techniques, gather supplies for new projects and drop off finished projects for Stitch to sell.

ဒုက္ခသည်အမျိုးသမီးများ'S အလုပ်ရုံဆွေးနွေးပွဲ

တနင်္လာနေ့, ဗုဒ္ဓဟူးနေ့နှင့်သောကြာနေ့နံနက် 9 - 1215 နိုင်အာဂရာလမ်းမှာတည်ရှိပြီး 4 နာရီ, ဘတ်ဖလိုး, နယူးယော့ 14213

အခမဲ့

ဒါဟာဒုက္ခသည်အမျိုးသမီးများ, သစ်ကိုချုပ်နည်းစနစ်သင်ယူလာသစ်ကိုစီမံကိန်းများအတွက်ထောက်ပံ့ရေးပစ္စည်းများစုဆောင်းချုပ်ရောင်းဖို့အတှကျအချောစီမံကိန်းများကိုချွတ် drop ဖို့အတှကျအချိန်ဖြစ်ပါသည်။

 
 

Stitch Buffalo is a thriving community of women from Bhutan, Burma, Nepal, Thailand and Angola. Over 200 women have participated in Stitch Buffalo, with about 40–50 artists typically being active at any given time.

 
 

Each week women come together to form a Refugee Women’s Workshop, sewing handcrafted goods for sale within the community. It is a time of laughter, socialization, curiosity and learning. Colors and patterns are chosen, beads are strung and women from around the world build bridges of confidence and community.

 
 

Meet a few of the Makers

 

Support Stitch Buffalo

Stitch Buffalo is a registered 501(c)(3) organization. Your contribution helps fund the Refugee Women's Workshop and supports the women involved. We thank you for your support. 

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