Originally published in 2010, a few years after Natalie’s acclaimed Alabama Stitch Book, Alabama Studio Style expanded on the philosophies and skills taught in the first book. More importantly, though, Alabama Studio Style was an invitation into Natalie’s home. Stories and recipes for an “Autumn Brunch,” “Alabama Studio Celebration,” and “Pickling Party” fill the pages. The much loved Angie’s Fall stencil motif was featured prominently on home goods and garments. The (then) newly released Tank Dress pattern provided inspiration and instruction for our makers, and home projects like doilies, pillows, placemats, market bags, canning-jar covers, and friendship chairs fill the pages.
Sadly, Alabama Studio Style is retired and no longer printed.
Find all of our Studio Books (and patterns) here.
As always, we would like to extend our deepest appreciation for your support of Alabama Chanin and The School of Making over the years and through this journey sustainability, creativity, and education.
P.S.: While we’re sad to see Alabama Studio Style retired, we’re over-the-moon to announce that we’ll be publishing a new book in Fall 2021, working title: Embroidery: Fabrics, Stories, and Essays from Alabama Chanin and The School of Making. More on this new book coming soon.