Our maker community has grown substantially in the past few years thanks to an increased interest in slow fashion and a do-it-yourself attitude. We’ve seen engagement, respect, collaboration, and beautifully-made contributions from many of you in The School of Making, which includes both a design and manufacturing service that facilitates production for other, smaller designers and also materials and patterns for home sewers who want to create sustainably.
We are excited to announce a new Instagram account dedicated to the educational arm of our company: @theschoolofmaking.
Follow along to keep up with our latest DIY projects, workshops, and an inside look at what’s going on in our studio and Building 14 production facility. And be sure to use #theschoolofmaking when you share your own projects so that we can continue encouraging one another to keep learning and creating.
Thank you to the makers who allowed us to share their photos. Photos courtesy of @annethrallnash, @bethbillups, @christine.chitnis, @designthirtyone, @eaclaes, @iambestitched, @lisa.gerber, @melaniebuffett, @nellknits, @smmczyk, @sock_walker, @vicki.knitorious, @wanderingmuse.
Very excited that you are creating this new account. I’ve enjoyed connecting with other makers and getting inspiration, tips and encouragement. You are building a great community. Thank you for including my porch picture.
Thank you Alabama Chanin! The work here is nothing less than amazing!!
I will forever be a student and supporter of Alabama Chanin and pledge to encourage and inspire others to discover the joy and appreciation of creating a one-of-a-kind Alabama Chanin Garment! #theschoolofmaking
Love and Inspiration,
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