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Fill A Bag (FAB) Sidewalk Sale!

As part of Inman Eats and Crafts and in celebration of gathering outdoors, we're having a Sidewalk Sale! A bit like the "old days" on Broadway but with a twist! We'll have three different size bags that you can purchase and FILL. We're calling it a FAB Sale! (We didn't invent this term, we found it on the internet.) For $25, $75, or $150 (you could also buy two $25 bags or a $25 AND $75 bag - it's up to YOU!) you get a colorful bag that you can fill with yarn, fabric, and patterns. Yes, we'll have all...

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Meet Kaylan - Kids Programming Instructor & craft consultant

Kaylan joined the gather here team part-time in the fall of 2020. Kaylan had been a pre-pandemic customer and frequent maker, participating in our in-person community crafting events to benefit those experiencing houselessness in Cambridge. Kaylan's museum-programming experience made her a natural fit in the classroom and we have loved having her lead our 2020 summer programs. When did you start making things? When I was a kid, I wanted to be an inventor when I grew up. I spent a lot of time making contraptions, tinkering, learning how things work, and focusing on math and science in school.  It wasn't until adulthood...

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Samples Worth Writing About: Kalle Dress

We learned over the past year that our community can extend beyond our four walls so with that in mind we'll be blogging about some of our creative endeavors. Including the samples we stitch for the shop. We like to create a "collection" of patterns in a variety of sizes and recommended fabrics so people can see how something stitches up. For the third quarter of 2021 we have made a collection of Closet Core Patterns and we'll kick off our samples with the Kalle, Version C. We made a Size 8 without alterations and it is on one of...

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We renewed our sponsorship of the Be Seen Project to kick off July and we wanted to highlight this mutual aid organization founded by Mindy Tsonas Choi. The Be Seen Project resources and amplifies BIPOC artists and makers who are using their work to center marginalized voices and create social justice and cultural change. "We can not change what we can not see. Here's to powerful ways of seeing and being seen." From producing an excellent podcast, providing BIPOC artists and makers micro-grants to continue their work, and organizing/planning/moderating the Disrupting Craftivism quarterly conversations, this project has already done so much...

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Meet Sophia - Studio Monitor & Instructor

Sophia joined the team during the pandemic as we started planning our in-person workshops and studio time again. Having the studio open to people who don’t have the space or access to tools and machinery has always been an important part of gather here so it was exciting to have someone capable of providing sewing advice and technical assistance. When did you start making things? As early as I can remember! My mom used to get me those plastic cross-stitch kits when I was in kindergarten, and I probably picked up crochet not long after. I learned just about everything...

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Hello, we’re gather here. This is our blog chronicling the opening of our stitch lounge, experiments in craftiness, and all things fiber.

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