By Hand No 3: Nashville Tennessee

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By Hand No 3: Nashville Tennessee

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From small-batch naturally dyed yarns to whiskey, leather, and the neon vibe of the rich music scene, come explore the artistic southern style of Nashville, Tennessee! By Hand: Making Communities takes you on a sensory journey into Nashville's must-see makers community, introducing you to up-and-coming talents in fiber and fabric.

Read about yarn luminaries like Karen Templar of Fringe Association and Camellia Fiber Arts, and fabric designer Anna Maria Horner; take a day trip to a rural Tennessee alpaca farm; and meet a bespoke boot maker, a leather bag designer, and a fabric and leather bookbinder, all of whom seamlessly blend art and function. This third offering in the By Hand series offers knitting and sewing patterns and projects to inspire the maker in you, while also sharing the stories of the creative Nashville folks you'll want to check out online and during your next trip south.

The third issue of By Hand is based in Nashville, TN and features:

  • Craft South and Anna Maria Horner
  • Hunker Bag Co
  • Haus of Yarn
  • Camellia Fiber Company
  • Music City Leather
  • Linen Laid Felt
  • Fiber Farm
  • Fringe Association and Karen Templer
  • Reunion Yarn
  • Hannah Thiessen
  • Mason-Dixon Knitting
  • Nutmeg Yarn

Original knitting patterns, including:

  • Camellia Cardigan by Andrea Hungerford, featuring Camellia Fiber Company Flax DK yarn
  • Crackerjack Jersey Top by Andrea Hungerford, featuring Camellia Fiber Company Merino Sport yarn
  • Sasanqua Wrap by Andrea Hungerford, featuring Camellia Fiber Company Plume yarn
  • Radnor Lake Cowl by Sloane Rosenthal, featuring Nutmeg Natural Fibers Retreat yarn
Handmade projects and recipes, including:
  • Whiskey Raspberry Jam by Jenn Davis-Baldwin
  • Jammers by Andrea Hungerford
  • May Day Bouquet Wrap by Andrea Hungerford
  • Creamsicle Cargo Pouch by Andrea Hungerford

-8 x 10"
-Soft Cover

By Hand is a serial produced by Andrea Hungerford three times per year that explores locations around the country that have developed their own unique "maker communities" where people who love to make, love to learn to make, and love to support makers have found a common sense of purpose.

Each of these geographic "clusters" has its own unique characteristics, and those characteristics influence the artists who live and work there. Each issue of By Hand is a place-based celebration of these communities of makers, focused primarily on the fiber and fabric industry, as well as highlighting artists in other media who share the same philosophy as fiber and fabric artists of functional beauty. Additionally each issue includes patterns, projects, photo essays, day trips, foodie excursions, and other write-ups of aspects unique to the featured city or region.

We are "making communities" even where physical proximity isn't possible, by sharing our stories and journeys and images with each other.