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Atlanta Frocktails 2024 with Aaronica Cole

podcast April 3, 2024

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In this episode, Lisa and Aaronica Cole discuss the upcoming Atlanta Frocktails event. They talk about the planning process, the decision to move the event to May, and the theme of the year: Secret Garden. This is Aaronica’s first time hosting the event and she went all out! From amazing door prizes, to a fabulous caterer, you can expect to have ana amazing time in Atlanta! Lisa, and Aaronica also discuss other activities you can do during your time in Atlanta as well as the fabric shopping scene in the city. While Frocktails was typically a sewing event, Aaronica wants to emphasize that all makers are welcome! Crocheters, knitters, shoemakers, everyone is welcome to come show off their makes! Listen in to get the full scope of what the NEW Atlanta Frocktails is coming to be!

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Aaronica Cole

Aaronica Cole is a full-time sustainable lifestyle, parenting blogger and entrepreneur still based in the Atlanta area. She’s also a mom, wife, and host of Atlanta Frocktails 2024.

@aaronicabcole on Instagram

Aaronica’s Website


Lisa Woolfork is an associate professor of English specializing in African American literature and culture. Her teaching and research explore Black women writers, Black identity, trauma theory, and American slavery. She is the founder of Black Women Stitch, the sewing group where Black lives matter. She is also the host/producer of Stitch Please, a weekly audio podcast that centers on Black women, girls, and femmes in sewing. In the summer of 2017, she actively resisted the white supremacist marches in her community, Charlottesville, Virginia. The city became a symbol of lethal resurging white supremacist violence. She remains active in a variety of university and community initiatives, including the Community Engaged Scholars program. She believes in the power of creative liberation.

Instagram: Lisa Woolfork

Twitter: Lisa Woolfork



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