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THE SCHOOL OF MAKING STITCHALONG ON FACEBOOK

Always striving to be a center for inspiration, instruction, and community, Alabama Chanin and The School of Making are excited to announce The School of Making Stitchalong group on Facebook. A creative space intended for the sharing of ideas and to be a resource for all your School of Making project and pattern questions.

Our aim is for you to be engaged and encouraged to grow your skills as you create projects or a hand-sewn wardrobe.

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This is a closed group, so you will have to request to join. Visit the Facebook page here to request an invite. Once you join, the rules are simple; we ask that you adhere to the three group guidelines below:

1. Be kind. Comments or posts that make anyone feel uncomfortable will not be tolerated. If you see something inappropriate, flag the post or comment for us to intervene.

2. Stay on topic. This is a group for sharing projects from The School of Making and asking questions along the way. Please keep your posts related to hand-sewing and embellishment. If you have an unrelated question or comment, please email us at office@alabamachanin.com, and we’re happy to help.

3. Have fun, talk, learn, and share your projects. We encourage you to engage with one another.

As a member, you will have access to the wealth of knowledge provided by the making community as well as exclusive previews, discounts, and giveaways from The School of Making. Group members will also have access to inspiration photos, archived projects and posts, and stencil artwork that is free and exclusive to the Stitchalong group.

During your discussions in the Stitchalong group, or when working on any projects from The School of Making, we ask that you keep our creative integrity in mind.

We invite you to join the Stitchalong today, tell us about yourself, and share your favorite or latest project. As an icebreaker, a few of our team members and friends have shared theirs.

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  1. Deborah Studdard

    I have attended two workshop and have made several projects on my own. I look forward to learning new techniques for new projects.

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  2. J. Sia

    I am so happy to have found this ‘stitching circle’ I am excited to work on the projects I have in the que. I’ve purchased several of the patterns not to mention the ones included in Natalie’s books

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