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A Conversation: The Lowdown on Textiles

By Regina Connell. Textiles are so fundamental to the way we live and yet, unless you’re a maker, it’s rare that we spend time considering anything about them—other than how beautiful they are and how they feel, that is. But … Continue reading

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Noticed: Waxed Cotton

by Kathryn Clark. Waxed cotton, or oilskin, is showing up everywhere these days. Originally created in Scotland for clipper ship’s durable, waterproof sails, waxed cotton is now more commonly seen on city streets than in the ocean. Let’s work our … Continue reading

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