Madeleine Elizabeth is perhaps the youngest needlepoint designer working right now. A junior in high school, this talented artist has a bright future.
Crafty Chica Kathy Cano-Murillo spreads her “gospel of glitter” through her craft product lines, books, art, speeches and more.
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.
KnitChats offers real-time support and community to knitters. Expert instructors are on-hand to answer questions and help guide knitters through each step in their projects.
Industrious and creative young people in Zimbabwe are upcycling metal scraps into intricate artworks and finding a market for them abroad, providing economic opportunity which is hard to come by in the current economy.
This year, Clothworks is celebrating its one-millionth yard of American Made Brand fabric, quilting cotton that’s manufactured entirely in the United States.
Knitrino is a new app that aims to disrupt the knitting pattern world by integrating all of the information a knitter needs including row-by-row pattern instructions, a progress keeper, a note-taking feature, and a colorwork option that shows color charts in the knitter’s selected yarn colors.
Smogware is a porcelain project out of Berlin that aims to make the problem of air pollution more tangible by representing the amounts of pollution the average European breathes the deepening glazes of ceramics.
In this “How I Got That Gig” segment artist Jen Hewett explains how she got the opportunity to create a tote bag that’s given out to every Yelp employee on the anniversary of their hire date.
Craftivate is a craft studio space in Wallingford, Connecticut where kids and adults alike can come in and have a fun craft experience with friends.
Lauren Dahl’s online course, Pattern Workshop, has taught thousands of aspiring sewing pattern designers to digitally draw and grade pattern templates.
Sewing pattern designer Christine Haynes is relaunching her business with an eye towards creating a healthy work-life balance.
Rohn Strong is a hard-working fiber arts designer who has made crochet, knitting, needle punch, quilting, and sewing all a part of his career. In this profile, we learn more about how Strong came to be a designer, his current perspective on the industry, and more.
Swatched is a new documentary series featuring knitwear and crochet designers. The pilot features designer Andrea Tong. The project’s goal is to showcase the diversity of stories within the industry.
Katy Biele is an artist who combines painting with embroidery to create unique works of art. Originally from Chile, Biele’s travels have had a strong influence on her artistic technique and aesthetic.
The floodwaters of Hurricane Harvey stopped about three blocks from Thimble Fingers Sewing Studio, in Houston, Texas, in the summer of 2017. And though the shop itself endured the storm without damage, the neighborhood it’s part of did not. But owner Sherry Reese has been remarkably adaptable.
Artist Sarah K. Benning had the opportunity to create a series of embroidered illustrations for the Washington Post. In the latest in our ongoing series, she explains how she got that gig.
Anne Oliver of Lolli & Grace has built a business based on her love of saturated color and hand embroidery. She’s found community on Instagram and through running Stitch Alongs and both have contributed to her success.
WeCrochet is a new website and catalog from the company that owns Knit Picks. Dedicated to crochet, there are plans for magazines, books, and a podcast.
For many knitters too large of a stash can hamper creativity. Tinkknit is helping to solve that problem by creating an online marketplace where yarn lovers can sell their excess skeins and earn cash to support their hobby.