Make, Thrift, Mend book by Katrina Rodabaugh


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 Katerina Rodabaugh, the author of Making Matters, has another  thoughtful book about the value of making and mending. Filled with practical information and how-to techniques stitched together with short essays and photographs, she inspires us to experience the rewards of stitching, patching, darning, plant-dying and loving the clothes we wear.

"When Katrina Rodabaugh gave up 'convenience in fashion,' she  began what she calls 'a relationship with commitment' instead. Circularity, invention, the impulse to create, traditional craft, and modern handwork fuel Katerina's inspiring new book, Make Thrift Mend." (Natalie Chanin)

"Join the sustainable fashion movement and make mending, stitching, and plant dying your wardrobe acts of resilience, joy, and hope for the future" (from back cover)

  • Hardback book, 224 pages
  • Published by Abrams Books

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