Jennifer Wiese is a seamstress, patternmaker, fabric designer, and screen printer based in Brooklyn, NY. Sewing since she was 15, Jennifer studied industry techniques at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. More than anything, she enjoys sharing her love of textile crafts with others and is a thoughtful, effective, and fun educator.
Questions, comments, or just want to send a friendly hello? Email me at jennifer @ workroomsocial.com.
About Workroom Social
Workroom Social is a sewing and screen printing studio located in Brooklyn, New York. With a well equipped workspace that caters to both experienced and novice makers, we enjoy working with crafters and fashion designers alike! At Workroom Social we educate, support, and inspire those who share our love of fabric.
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About Our Blog & Website
WorkroomSocial.com is all about sewing (and screen printing) instruction and inspiration. We love talking all things fabric! We also love featuring others in the sewing and fabric design community who are doing awesome work. We work hard to ensure proper credit is given when we feature images that are not our own. If you ever seen an item that is improperly credited, please reach out and we will gladly make necessary corrections.
Interested in writing about Workroom Social? We are so flattered! We’re excited to be included on your blog or website and simply ask that you credit us if you do use any of our images or other content.
In addition to featuring amazing makers in the blogging world, we also like to promote businesses that we love and think you’ll love too. Sometimes we write about a product or service because it relates to other content we’re featuring, while other times one of our favorite businesses might ask us specifically to write about them. WorkroomSocial.com contains both paid and unpaid advertising banners and graphics and some affiliate links. An affiliate link is one that provides a commission on sales if a linked product is purchased. As a small business, we love supporting and spreading the word about other businesses that we like and find valuable. Feel confident that we won’t recommend something to our readers that we ourselves wouldn’t use or purchase.