As we all work together to stop the spread of COVID-19, we’re looking to find things—cooking, making, connecting—that will sustain and nourish us in meaningful ways. As we strive to maintain our normal routines as best we can, we are also looking for beauty everywhere. Spring has arrived in north Alabama, and we’re fortunate to be able to take daily (socially distanced) walks—often in the rain. We see blooms beginning to appear and trees flowering in spite of our difficulties. Mother Nature always shows her true spirit in the end.

We spent the beginning of 2020 focusing on self-care and retreat. These themes couldn’t be more timely in this season. Our Leisure Collection has been updated with comforting and comfortable styles and colors as we #stayhome and retreat. With these stay-at-home essentials, softness and gentle texture bring comfort.

Organic cotton rib-knit styles like the Essential Rib Top, The Tank, and The Camisole Dress are now offered in Plum, Lilac, and Baby Blue. Select medium-weight styles like The Hoodie, The Jogger, and Organic Cotton Scarf are offered in Plum. New additions include a re-release of two beloved styles: The Boxy Tee and The Rib Crew. These are just a few of our updates.

Whether you are social distancing at home or are an essential worker helping us get through this time, we hope that we are also able to offer you some comfort as well. We are doing all that we can to help, however we can. If you can, look for ways to find beauty where you are at this moment in this time.



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  1. corinne

    Greetings from Canada!
    There will not be a spring bloom here for another 2 months! Still looking out the window at a winter wonderland & stitching like mad in our isolation. I’m working on a poncho from a left over piece of your fabric. I don’t dare splash out on anything else as I don’t know when we will get back to work to earn some money, so this will be a very elaborately detailed poncho! I couldn’t be enjoying myself more! Happy stitching to all sewers!

    1. Alabama Chanin

      So glad to hear that making has brought you such joy during this trying time, Corinne. Happy sewing!