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COLLECTION         ALABAMA CHANIN         THE SCHOOL OF MAKING         THE FACTORY

COLLECTION #29

Our new collection is now available online and in-store exclusively at The Factory. With Collection #29, Natalie and our design team drew inspiration from graphic design and interiors as they created the design motifs. The garments are presented in four main colors—Natural, Black, Ochre, and Peacock. For the first time, we have produced several garments using organic French Terry. We have also extended the hand painting technique seen in our recent Indigo collection into Collection #29. Learn more about the ideas behind the collection on our Journal. Shop our collection here and be sure to check back as we are constantly adding new garments and styles. 
HOME + TABLE (REFRESH)
This section of our website has an updated look with new cookbooks—like Summerland from our October Friends of the Café Dinner chef, Anne Quatrano—and home goods, like our machine-sewn A. Chanin Tea Towels. Here you'll also find one-of-a-kind and gift items, including Rinne Allen's Light Drawings and our special Indigo Quilts. Make a special place in your home for one of our thoughtfully made products. 
NEW BASICS COMING SOON
Our Basics + Essentials garments are now available in updated color options like Flax and Twilight. In the coming weeks, we will offer brand new styles and colors, including new tops, classic jackets, and comfortable tunics. And we'll also introduce new items for our A. Chanin machine-made line. Our goal is to create simple and functional everyday items that integrate into your wardrobe seamlessly. Pair with an existing garment or with an embroidered piece from our new collection to create your own look.

SPECIAL LIMITED EDITION FABRIC COLORS

For a limited time, we've added a selection of bright, vibrant fabric colors to our color card. Choose from Lime, Really Read, Aqua, and Surf—all 100% organic cotton and available by the yard. We have two fabric weight options for certain colors. Shop our "Bright" fabrics here, and add a burst of color to your next DIY project. 
SIP + SEW
Join us at The Factory on the second Thursday of every month to sew, socialize, wind down, and enjoy a glass of wine, beer, or the beverage of your choice. Spend your evening working on your latest project in the company of fellow sewers. Share your inspiration, encouragement, and fellowship. This event is free and open to the public. Small Bites + Snacks and beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) will be available for purchase from The Factory Café. Please bring your own fabric and sewing notions. Contact  workshops@alabamachanin.com with any questions about our Sip + Sew

NEW HOURS (+ DRINKS)

We've been making improvements around The Factory and with those improvements come new hours, offerings, and programming. We're opening a little later each day at 10:00am; we have extended hours (until 7:00pm) on Thursday and Friday, and Saturday brunch begins at 10:00am. Our weekday lunch service remains the same with fresh and local options. We now offer wine and beer—and have a selection of Small Bites + Snacks available all day. Stop by at any time for a great experience with our team at The Factory. You can find a detailed listing of our new hours here
UPCOMING DINNER 
Atlanta-based chef Anne Quatrano will be preparing a special four-course dinner for our next Friends of the Café Dinner on Saturday, October 24th. This dinner highlights and celebrates the partnership and collaboration between Southern Makers and the Oxford American magazine. Cocktails begin at 6:30. Tickets are $145 and include a specially curated "Maker Box", which features items from a selection of Southern Makers. Learn more and purchase tickets here
HARVEST TALK WITH RINNE ALLEN
Join us on Thursday, November 19th for the first event in our newly reintroduced lecture series, On Design. We'll be hosting photographer and artist Rinne Allen, as she shares the stories behind her Harvest Project, featured in the New York Times T Magazine. Rinne will share stories behind the harvests she chronicles—including her documentation of the Alabama Chanin + Billy Reid Organic Cotton Project. This event is free and open to the public. We will have a selection of beer, wine, and Small Bites + Snacks available for purchase. Visit our Events page for more information. 
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