Beginning August 1, 2018 the Redding Fashion Alliance, a non profit organization and a fiscal project of the Shasta County Arts Council is opening its doors free of charge to all makers and designers in the textile, sewing, fashion, and manufacturing industries that have been impacted by the Carr Fire and need a place/equipment/space to work and create.
This includes: sewers, designers, quilters, photographers, jewelers, weavers, knitters, pattern makers, crocheters, makers of bags, shoes, accessories, industrial sewists, alterationists, embroidery artists, textile makers etc.,
Available to children and adults. Children 15 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
Open Hours: Wednesday - Saturday 11-4pm and/or by appointment.
Contact Info: Location- 1698 Market Street, Redding, Ca 96001 (street parking or parking structure)
2 cutting tables
10 home sewing machines
3 irons and ironing boards
3 sergers (2 home- 1 industrial)
Scissors, rulers, and other sewing tools
1 Straight stitch industrial machine
2 industrial walking foot machines
1 coverstitch industrial machine
Photo backdrop and lighting equipment
The Redding Fashion Alliance is committed to improving the lives of Northern California citizens by mobilizing self sufficiency and providing affordable access to fashion, sewing, and business education while encouraging the growth of the creative economy in order to foster a healthy, prosperous, culturally rich and thriving community.
Redding Fashion Alliance, Inc. is a 501c3 Organization
This project is funded in part by The McConnell Foundation, Redding, California.
The McConnell Foundation is a private, nonprofit organization whose mission is to help build better communities through philanthropy.