“Creativity is nothing but a mind set free.” ― Torrie T. Asai
The School of Making is a community of makers. In a time of crisis, as the entire world is currently under during the COVID-19 outbreak, it is the communities that rally together to offer comfort and support to all. We, like so many in our community, know that the simple act of making is cathartic, joyful, and can bring solace to a worried mind.
It is with this sense of fellowship and respite that we share a few of our favorite DIY projects from the Journal—all utilizing supplies you already have in your fabric stack, closet, or craft room.
P.S.: Natalie wrote a post on Friday titled ‘Man and Woman as Maker’, where she shares sources of inspiration for this moment. If you missed, we encourage you to go back and give it a read.
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