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60 female makers you should follow on Twitter

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It’s International Women’s Day today. The very first Women’s Day was organized in 1909, 110 years ago. Each year, people celebrate women’s achievements, run initiatives to raise awareness against bias, and encourage everyone to take action for equality. It has even become a national holiday in many countries, such as Cambodia, Russia, Uganda, Ukraine, and Vietnam.

There are still fewer women than men in the indie maker community, which is why we want to take this opportunity to highlight them and make them easier to find. Without further ado, here are 60 female makers you can follow on Twitter to diversify your feed and discover new, interesting indie projects.

  1. Abadesi Osunsade
  2. Abhinaya Konduru
  3. Aleksandra Smelianska
  4. Ali Spittel
  5. Alyssa X
  6. Amandine Flachs
  7. Amie Chen
  8. Amy Sitwala
  9. Anda Petras
  10. Andrea Hernández
  11. Anne-Laure Le Cunff
  12. Awa Ndiaye
  13. Clo
  14. Cristina Chipurici
  15. Danielle Jackson
  16. Dianna Allen
  17. Eepsita Gupta
  18. Elizabet Oliveira
  19. Ella Botting
  20. Emma Salinas
  21. Farah Hairi
  22. Femke van Schoonhoven
  23. Florence Kwok
  24. Hanna Söderquist
  25. Helen Ryles
  26. Hiro Nishimura
  27. Ire Aderinokun
  28. Isabel Costa
  29. Ivana McConnell
  30. Jess Eddy
  31. Joanna Walker
  32. Kalina Zografska
  33. Katy Atherholt
  34. Kelly Miller
  35. Keziyah Lewis
  36. Madison Taskett
  37. Manasvini Krishna
  38. Margarida Aleixo
  39. María Espí
  40. Marie Denis
  41. Melanie Massinger
  42. Naya Moss
  43. Noemi Stauffer
  44. Olesya Chernyavskaya
  45. Olia Gozha
  46. Pauline P. Narvas
  47. Rachel Cheuk
  48. Sara Joy
  49. Sara Vieira
  50. Sarah Emoike
  51. Sarah Jackson
  52. Shenae Simmons
  53. Steph Smith
  54. Soyo Awosika-Olumo
  55. Tamara Sredojevic
  56. Tracy Osborne
  57. Valia Walx
  58. Veni Kunche
  59. Winnie Phan
  60. Yewande Oyebo

Go follow them all, and let us know if you have any more amazing female makers to suggest. Happy International Women’s Day!

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