Amy Oxford has been a professional rug maker for 30+ years, selling her rugs, operating a business for supplies, creating kits and patterns, and teaching.
Vance Zahorski’s clever invention is a wearable ring with recessed blades for quickly and safely cutting thread or fishing line. In November of 2016 Zahorski was on the TV show Shark Tank where contestants pitch their product to real investors. Zahorski’s pitch was successful, and he secured an investment of $130,000 in exchange for a 30% stake in the company and that’s when Thread Cutterz really took off.
The Canadian couple behind Low Poly Crafts is taking low poly art higher, creating 3D do-it-yourself kits that are fun, artistic, and relaxing to make.
Owning a handmade business can be a wild ride. Just ask Angela Smith, owner of the Houston, Texas-based tool and supply business Purl & Loop.
The story behind the creation and development of the adorable and useful sewing notion, the Binding Baby.
Adam and Sarah Spector love to take inspiration from history and transform these ideas into something modern that’s infused with nature.
From the giant redwoods of Big Sur to the vast emptiness and desert mountains of Western Texas, Laura Preston finds creative inspiration in the many landscapes she inhabits.
With studio space in New York and a home base in Australia, Maryanne Moodie has quickly become a household name among weaving enthusiasts around the globe.
This is the story of Susan B. Anderson and Evan Anderson who founded Barrett Wool Co. that sells 100 percent American grown, spun, and dyed yarns.
The Social Justice Sewing Academy merges the social justice conversation with sewing. It helps build students up and allows them to thrive in a positive setting.
Jane LaFazio is a watercolor and mixed media artist, art quilter, and all-around creative force with a passion for travel and teaching others how to draw and paint.
Stacey Trock was a grad student studying linguistics with a focus on child language acquisition when she made a bold move that raised eyebrows in her department. She decided to skip shopping for a tenure track university job and instead prepared to launch a crochet business after graduation.