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All About Masks

First off, THANK YOU FOR WANTING TO MAKE SOMETHING! Seriously, we know how truly bizarre it is that we are sewing face masks for health care workers. And it's really made us question everything we thought we knew about living in the good old US of A. But here we are. There is so much information out there about the style and type of mask that various health care providers may use. We designed a one piece mask that a filter could be inserted into and that is an accessible pattern for confident beginners/intermediate stitchers. This mask is perfect for...

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Why We March - Jenny

Today we're thrilled to introduce a maker who's fashion sense is always on point. And so is her small biz, Margravine.   It's a wonder all of her pussy bows haven't sold out since the election from Melania's fuschia blouse to Evan Rachel Wood's drop dead gorgeous "white tie" for the Golden Globes. It's what we love about feminism - you can love fashion and love equal rights!

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Why We March - Katy

Not everyone can march on Saturday, January 21, 2017. There are jobs and prior commitments that were scheduled long before any of us knew who the incoming President of the United States would be. Craftsperson and small business owner, Katy of Katrinkles is one of the women not able to march but her contribution to Saturday is too epic not to share.

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Why We March - Ellen

On Friday afternoon, Virginia and Monta will be hopping into Greeley's car with today's featured marcher to begin our road trip to the Women's March on Washington. When Ellen came into pick up some pink yarn to knit her first pussy hat we chatted about the importance of being present for this particular moment in history.

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Why We March - Lestra

We know that many of us wish we could do more right now. Each day we knit. Nearly the entire gather here staff has been knitting pussy hats for those who cannot knit. These hats will be worn in solidarity on Saturday, January 21, 2017 when thousands will march in Washington DC and sister cities across the country. We plot out our resistance banners - cutting out felt letters and stitching them onto linen, homage to the suffragettes. We channel our craft skills into ways to announce our commitment to equality and hope.

We've asked members of the gather here community to share why they are marching or making something for the march. These stories are part of the daily reminder that none of us is alone. And that ultimately, we are in this together.

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you belong here

Call for submissions! As many of you know, we have used the front windows of gather here to share our commitment to all people and the spirit of inclusion. In uncertain times, it's more important than ever to engage in actions that strengthen our communities. We are asking you to stitch the words "you belong here" to create a sign approximately the size of you hand (stitching can be embroidery, cross stitch, crewel, pieced, knit, crocheted, or sewn). We have created larger version of this phrase to hang up in the window on January 20, 2017. Submit your version of "you belong here" to the front desk by January 31st to be a part of this public art piece. Not local? You may mail your submission to us: gather here, 1343 cambridge st, cambridge, ma 02139.

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