This jacket holds within its stitches the lives and stories of the people who created Come Together, a periodical by the Gay Liberation Front published in the early 1970s. Throughout history, textiles have held stories within them, figuratively hidden in their meaning, or literally woven directly into the fabric like tapestries. Clothes are the medium through which we present ourselves to the outside world, and that is why they play a key role in queer lives and storytelling. This jacket uses screen printing and embroidery to explore the graphic visual language used in Come Together and to create a garment of queer adornment. It is made from old pairs of my own jeans and its patchwork nature embraces creating something new from the old. Handmade solely by me, it also represents the DIY nature of social and political movements like gay liberation. Opening up to reveal the GLF demands, we see that some are still valid today, 50 years later.