When a project comes along, you must Whip it.
The Beehive on Peachtree has been Atlanta’s premier location for locally-made apparel and products for the cool crowd since 2004. But what if you want to create the “locally-made apparel” yourself? What if you want to be the cooler kid who upstages the cool kids?
Then you visit Atlanta’s sewing lounge and in-town fabric store: Whipstitch*. Whipstitch is co-located with the Beehive and opened June 26. There are classes for beginners, intermediates, and whatever you call advanced people without saying “advanced people.” Experienced?
Featured recently on Good Day Atlanta, Whipstitch fabric and sewing lounge is where you should go if you tire of packing food and gassing up the SUV to go OTP. It’s where you can get chic fabrics and learn how to piece them together into a usable medium. All the while, you’re supporting local merchants and designers and decongesting the connector.
That’s what Devo would do. And don’t we all want to be more like Devo? I thought so.
*My wife totally owns Whipstitch. But that doesn’t detract from its awesomeness even remotely.