LOOKBOOK NO. 3 FEATURES THE NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE MAKERS COMMUNITY
From small-batch naturally dyed yarns to whiskey, leather, and the neon vibe of the rich music scene, come explore the artistic southern style of Nashville, Tennessee. By Hand: Making Communities takes you on a sensory journey into Nashville's must-see makers community, introducing you to up-and-coming talents in fiber and fabric. Read about yarn luminaries like Karen Templar of Fringe Association and Camellia Fiber Arts, and fabric designer Anna Maria Horner; take a day trip to a rural Tennessee alpaca farm; and meet a bespoke boot maker, a leather bag designer, and a fabric and leather bookbinder, all of whom seamlessly blend art and function. This third offering in the By Hand series offers knitting and sewing patterns and projects to inspire the maker in you, while also sharing the stories of the creative Nashville folks you'll want to check out online and during your next trip south.
- 88 pages
- 8" x 10"
- Soft cover