We were treated to these beautiful photos of her latest project by Andrea Hungerford, a local designer. We are delighted to share them with you.
Here is Andrea’s note:
Hi – as a local Oregon sewing and knitwear designer, I wanted to share my latest sewing pattern, the Sierra Trapeze Coat – made from fabrics I purchased at the Pendleton Woolen Mill Store! You can find this pattern in Lookbook No. 8 of By Hand Serial, a series of books all about fiber and fabric makers.
The fabric is Rio Rancho in Black.
Learn more here: Wool Fabrics
By Hand Serial is a tri-annual travelogue written by makers, for makers. Written and produced by Andrea Hungerford, this book series focuses on local crafting communities that are helping incubate, encourage, and support folk who are exploring a wide variety of craft related businesses and artistic pursuits.
Says Andrea, “Our readership, while still growing, is enthusiastic about every issue. Unlike other modern craft publications, our focus is not just on what is being made, but on the hands that are actively creating it.”
Andrea found during her own travels for family and work that often where one maker flourished, many were also succeeding in their region, and wanted to provide an opportunity to highlight these exciting areas and introduce them to others who might not be able to discover them in person.
By Hand Serial is in its third year and each issue is full of personal interviews, thoughtfully written profiles, enticing photography and a variety of projects for knitting, sewing, baking, and more. See more here: By Hand Serial
And come see us for patterns, fabrics, and ideas.
February 1st – 28th
Spruce up your living space with fresh Décor! Refresh candles, update runners or pillows, and find a great new book to cuddle up with! Save on gifts for your loved ones birthdays, anniversaries, and weddings!
*Sale Excludes Pendleton merchandise*
We’ve been choosing wool through many civilizations and many centuries. Why? For so many reasons; loft, insulation, durability, color and sustainability–wool lasts a remarkably long time, and when it’s time for it to go, it biodegrades naturally. Learn more about this fantastic fiber below.
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What will you make if you win? Rules behind the cut: