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Sewing Room Volunteers

Our sewing room is open to all who have basic sewing skills and a passion for vintage clothing.

Our volunteers help out in a number of ways, here’s what might be involved in volunteering in the sewing room:

  • Utilising patterns and using sewing machines to make accurate vintage clothing, according to interests and skills
  • Basic sewing duties; sewing, cutting, hemming, etc.
  • Supporting our Learning and Curatorial teams projects
  • Getting involved in our events programme
  • Working independently or in a team

You can support our costumes provision with your sewing skills, whether you are experienced or have only learnt the basics. Have a few spare hours per week and an itch to develop your creativity skills?

Contact   Us

If you have some spare time and would like to be involved, we’d like to hear from you! 

To apply for this voluntary role please download the role summary.

Find out more about  what to expect and how to apply    or  contact our Volunteer Coordinator,  Black Country Living Museum on  0121 557 9643 or  Email:  volunteering@bclm.com

Hear from our other volunteers and watch  videos following  a day in the life of a volunteer   including interviews about their roles here at BCLM

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