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Celebrating Hispanic-Latinx Heritage Month

01 Oct, 2021

Celebrating Hispanic-Latinx Heritage Month

While the celebration of Hispanic-Latinx heritage exists all year long, we want to take a moment to spotlight the histories, cultures, and contributions of peoples from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean islands, and Central and South America as we celebrate Hispanic-Latinx Heritage Month. 
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House Shoes / Making No. 11 / DAWN

21 Sep, 2021

House Shoes / Making No. 11 / DAWN

Delicately detailed in dreamy daybreak colors, the House Shoes designed by Sanae Ishida for No. 11 / DAWN are as pleasing to make as they are to wear. What's great about the size and construction of this pattern is that no single step takes too long to complete, and there are plenty of in-between moments of quiet to take a breather between the hum of the sewing machine.
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Contributor Spotlight / DAWN / Sanae Ishida

31 Aug, 2021

Contributor Spotlight / DAWN / Sanae Ishida

Whether sewing, writing or watercolor painting, Sanae Ishida imbues a lively energy into the world around her. From learning to sew to learning design skills along her path – reading passionately to becoming a writer and illustrator of children's books – her natural progression as an artist, writer, and maker is an inspiration to us all.

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Maker's Project Bag / Making No. 11 / DAWN

17 Aug, 2021

Maker's Project Bag / Making No. 11 / DAWN

Learning a new craft often invokes the feeling of learning a new language. With time and practice, the tools acquired and lessons learned can offer a better understanding to the origins of each system. I owe a lot to the skills I’ve built and how I’ve learned to organize all of the tools and information I’ve gathered along the way; multicraftual and multilingual.
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