Best thing i ever did
Love the ‘Try before you Buy’ concept on STITCH - even as an unpaid member, i got to attend 3 very different events with different groups of people and felt right at home.
Outings are diverse and designed to suit all tastes and interests. Ask anyone in the STITCH community and they’ll tell you that it’s turned their life around. There is life after 50, and even after 60 and beyond. Give it a go - we were all nervous at our first event, meeting complete strangers, until we realise that wrinkles are compulsory and we’re all in the same boat. Best thing i ever did! And to think paid membership costs me less than $5mth to attend as many events as i can squeeze into my diary Thanks STITCH
Beware of Fee Levels
I joined for the social aspect and potential relationship. Until I discussed membership costs with a friend I did not realise the exorbitant fees I was paying compared to her! I was paying $40 pm. =$480 p.y. If I paid in 1 lump sum it was $120 p.y! She is paying $5 p w. There is no explanation for paying the 4 times higher fee! Anyway after being contacted by totally inappropriate people and events kilometres from where I live, I realised it is a waste of time and money.
This site has changed my life and has opened up my world. Great way to meet people.
I joined Stitch a few weeks ago. Stitch has come at the perfect time, actually I wish I knew about it before. What drew me to Stitch was being able to connect with people from all around the world. Being isolated last 5 months has been challenging. Stitch has given me so many ways to connect with people, there are forums you can join to discuss various topics, there are so many events you can go to, I have already done a coastal walk and went bowling and have put my name down to go to many other events. My calendar is getting filled up fast. I ...have already met some amazing people and have started making friends. The site has exceeded my expectations. I'm more interested in expanding my friends circle and connecting with the community than dating. But if I wanted to meet someone what a better way to do it, their are a few guys that have caught my eye. As a female it's scary trying to meet a guy through the regular dating sites. Stitch is a safe way to meet guys by just going to fun events with a group of people who are a similar age and are friendly and welcoming. It's a great way to get to know them well without the pressure of the awkward date. Highly recommend anyone who wants to connect with the community or make friends or meet your match. You have so many options and various platforms to connect. Go for it.
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Great way to meet new people and maybe someone Special
I was looking to improve my life by broadening my friendship and community circles. It was the best thing I did, joining the STITCH. Community.
I was very hesitant at first not sure if it was a scam. I was also afraid of being 1:1 with people. I could see that most events were groups of people (safety in numbers) in public places. But there were none in my area, so I decided to start organising events in my area. I have made lots of wonderful friends during the course of my STITCH journey. STITCH has helped me to grow as a person, and broaden...
Brilliant organisation and well worth joining
Joining Stitch over 3 years ago was one of the best decisions I made when I moved from one side of Melbourne to the other, and knew absolutely no one locally.
I’ve met a lot of different people, gone to various events, and was (until COVID) regularly meeting a group I set up for a movie and dinner in a local cinema, monthly. I have developed some local friendships, and I don’t know what I would have done without them when Lockdown came to us in Melbourne, not just once but twice. Being able to go for a walk (for example) with someone right in...
Streets ahead of any other dating site
This site is different to any other dating site I've tried. I've been a member for 6 months. It is a dating and friendship site, with the motto 'everybody needs company'. It is for over 50s, great value with no hidden costs, transparent processes and user friendly. Members are verified, and this works well. Customer service is prompt, personal and effective. Two level of membership: receive 3 profiles a day, or pay more and be able to search. You select whether you are looking for romance, companionship or both. If looking for both or only frie...ndship you get male and female profiles, if looking for romance only, receive only profiles of your gender choice. There are lots of blog topics, if you like blogging, and I do. The other great thing is activities. Members post them, and you select 'I'm attending' if you want to go, and in Sydney and on the central coast they are many and varied e.g. dinners, lunches, movies, bowling, river boat postman, shows, weekends away, pub nights, kayaking, bush walks, even travel. Every month there is a members night, in a lovely art deco bar in Sydney, also a members night on the central coast. Andrew, the CEO and founder comes to the Sydney members nights. You do not need to be a member to attend events. Would be great if more men came to the events. Those that do come are very popular!
Questions & Answers
I am an animal sitter who goes all over the country but mainly in the Brisbane area. Do you have people meeting up in Brisbane or other places other than Sydney and Melbourne.
How does Stich decide a profile is no longer active? Many people leave such sites and never remove their profiles, so they appear as active even if they haven't signed in for months. This is a huge problem with these sites. I've seen 'last logged in' here and there, but not on Stitch.
I don't know? I cancelled my membership but still get messages daily which I just set to go to my junk folder.
I suspected as much. How many other people are there like Montechel?
Jay from Stitch said to me: "A profile is deactivated based on the request of the member. Not all our members are equally active some log in several times a day, while there are others who do not log in for several days. But they are not deactivated due to not logging in."
That means there will be many not paying attention to Stitch any more, but with active profiles.
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