“To create one’s world in any of the arts takes courage.” ― Georgia O’Keeffe
In celebration of Women’s History Month, this week, explore the artists who, drawing from their own unique outlook on the world, have used their work to convey the gamut of universal truths, emotions, and experiences.
Abstract Expressionist, Joan Mitchell
“Uniting politically divided quilters, stitch by stitch” Inspired to create your own quilt? (Find inspiration on the Journal here , here, and here, or design your own throw through our Custom DIY Kit)
In Alabama: “Fabric of Their Lives:” the quilters of Gee’s Bend
@ Alabama Chanin
In case you missed it, we’ve extended our Daylight Savings Sale today. Save 20% on select purchases with code SPRINGFORWARD
Choose between short and long sleeves on our Waffle Sweatshirt as we move from winter to spring.
@ The School of Making
We look forward to welcoming our guests for The School of Making’s Intro to Hand-sewing Workshop this Friday at The Factory. View the 2019 Workshop schedule here and make plans to visit our flagship store, workshop headquarters, studio, and café in Florence.
@ The Factory Store + Café
Next month, we’re hosting two special events at The Factory: The Gathering, our annual community picnic, and the Project Threadways Symposium, our inaugural event surrounding textiles in our community.
Project Threadways Symposium takes place April 25th – 27th and includes lectures, dinners, and more. Get your ticket here and join us as we look back at the history of textile manufacturing to shape the future.