Many of us can relate, finding joy in the carefully curated scenes and aspirational tips and tricks that magazines compile. Sadly, the days of the thick print magazine feel numbered. This past June, another giant joined the long list of publications no longer in print, Martha Stewart Living. We reflect on the magazine and it’s impact on the craft industry.
The paper shortage is taking a toll on craft publishers, causing longer waits, higher prices, and diminishing the eco-friendly options available at any given time.
We did the research to help you choose the right online bank for your small (but mighty) brand.
Kathryn Swanson is on a mission to make sewing affordable again, by freeing high-quality fibers from closets and passing goods from our fabric-wealthy elders to the creative hands of our youth.
Felicia Thomas Creates a Welcoming Craft Space at FSC Workshop where ninety percent of customers are returning customers.
We’re celebrating Pride Month by highlighting seven incredible LGBTQ+ makers and their work. From growing their own skills to building crafting communities that make new faces and fresh perspectives feel welcome, we can’t wait to see what these makers do next.
What the Ribbon Skirt Means to Agnes Woodward, Creator of Deb Haaland’s Swearing In Ceremony Ensemble
Agnes Woodward, a Plains Cree artist, designed and sewed a ribbon skirt that was worn by Secretary of the Interior, Deb Haaland, at her swearing-in ceremony.
There are so many talented Black jewelers doing work they love to help you decorate and declare yourself. To tell a small piece of this sprawling story, we pulled on a single thread offered by Omonivie Okhade. It’s a glimpse into her work, the work of her idol, and that of a bold designer who does some of her casting.
If you’ve considered digging deep to chase a dream, take note of these inspiring Black ceramicists. All six of them have day jobs. All six chose to create anyway, following remarkably similar journeys to claim their time and make their art.
We’re celebrating six talented Black women dyers, designers and yarn shop owners working hard to realize their dreams and build a much more beautiful world in the process.