For illustrator and kit maker Tamar Nahir Yanai, introducing makers to embroidery is the ultimate joy.
This former law professor shares her passion for making with the world through her vibrant hand-dyed yarn and easy-to-follow embroidery kits.
Inspired by the rainy Pacific Northwest, this mother of three turned her luxurious knit and crochet designs into a wildly successful pattern business.
It takes a knitter to know a knitter’s needs, and with her shop for project bags and needle cases, Jésabelle B. puts her own experience to good use.
Everyday wildlife sightings near Stephanie Carswell’s rural UK studio inspire many of her crochet and needle-felted creatures and DIY kit designs.
This talented textile maven shares her love of weaving with the world through sustainably produced wooden looms and beginner-friendly kits.
Make a cozy cap adorned with bunny ears or a snuggly hood fit for a fox with these downloadable knitting patterns from a self-taught crafter and mom.
Inspired by all things mystical, this fiber artist creates bold, hand-dyed yarns with names like “Troll King” and “Forest Dancer.”
Childhood handcrafts and Japanese embroidery inspire this modern textile artist’s digital patterns.
For this London designer, everything from her digital pattern downloads to her high-end furniture maps back to one big idea: crafting a home.
Meet an Australian fiber artist with a self-diagnosed case of “weaver fever.”
This fiber artist found her calling after listening to her gut and moving off the grid.
Raised in a family of house painters, Lue never expected to follow in her dad’s footsteps; fans of her homemade chalk paints are surely glad she did.
Bree’s allergies prevented her from being around animals, so she turned her ill-fated love for them into a fun and fantastical business.
Learn how Matney Warner turns her hand-dyed wool into beautiful, one-of-a-kind yarn in her Colorado workspace.
Textiles expert (and DIY kit designer) Jemima Callaghan takes pleasure in connecting makers with materials.
Sarah Milligan’s story is proof that creativity is good for the soul.
Ruth got her start teaching craft workshops in her hometown. Now, her handmade kits can be found around the globe.
Cynthia found an unexpected calling in crafting adorable creatures out of felt — and teaching others to do the same.
For needlework designer Susan, the cross stitch that began as a creative outlet is now the basis for kits and patterns sold worldwide.
The maker behind these intricate laser-cut kits is inspired by architecture, space travel, geometry, and all things nerdy.