In December, Sweet Root Village asked us to help out with a wonderful event, at The Loft at 600 F in DC. We donated our benches and bentwood chairs for the Kinfolk workshop led by Rebecca Gallop, from The Daily Something. The day was packed from a fabulous family styled lunch, a wreath making tutorial and a special dyi print transfer. It was incredibly fun and we feel honored to be invited. Check out these gorgeous photos by Sweet Root Village and the amazing list of partners:

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Our bentwood chairs looked elegant in this beautiful spacesupplies

Some of the many supplies for making wreaths and garlandslauren-teaching-wreath-making

Lauren (Sweet Root Village) gives us the do’s and don’t wreath-detail

We love the loose/natural look of this wreath basket-of-greens-and-bomisch-shears

These iron shears were perfect for clipping the greenery my-mama

Rebecca’s mother came in from out of town to helpfinished-product

After learning so much, I was pretty proud how my garland turned outplant-printing

The print/transfer making diyworkshop-closeup

Wreath making in actionveronica

Happy to spend the day with our good friend and planner Veronica Rodgers

Sweet Root Village (co-hosts, taught a portion of the workshop, took the photos)

Tonic Site Shop  (designed the field guide takeaway)

Gordy’s Pickle Jar  (provided pickles to eat at lunchtime)

The Loft at 600 F (gorgeous venue)

Upcircle Studio (designed and then made fabric bags for everyone to take home)

Need Supply Co (they sent us copies of their journal for everyone to take home)

Bomisch (donated forged iron shears)

Baum-Kuchen (donated a lovely denim apron)

Erik Landstrom (drew the sketches for the field guide)

Talleys Alley (donated hand-dipped taper candles for each guest to take home)

Don Macanlalay (captured the entire workshop on video)

Wollam Gardens (donated piles and piles and piles of fresh greens)

Written by Hanna Miller