What began as a way to de-stress from a challenging job has become a profitable full-time pursuit for personalized jewelry designer Rebecca Tollefsen.
When it comes to these handmade leather totes and accessories from Australian design duo Cameron Paterson and Joram Salisbury, detail is everything.
Graphic designer and recipe blogger Amy Roth has parlayed her passion for food into a thriving photography business.
Colby June’s textural, organic jewelry finds inspiration in the structure and balance of the natural world.
Singapore-based designer Déborah Ghisu makes wildly sexy, vintage-inspired lingerie to suit women of all sizes — without relying on underwire.
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.
For this UK-based jewelry designer, losing her job meant finding a new — and more fulfilling — life path.
After refining her own line of casual knitwear for a decade, textiles expert Adva Bruner branched out to combine her two passions: yoga and design.
Gemologist Gillian Griffiths stocks statement-making antique jewels in a shop beloved by new brides, diamond collectors, and vintage seekers alike.
Louise Neumann relies on a mix of marker pens and watercolor paints — plus a strong daily doodling habit — to create her distinctive illustrations.
This fashion photographer and knitwear designer brings her unique eye for style to her own line of on-trend, handmade sweaters, tops and accessories.
Everyday wildlife sightings near Stephanie Carswell’s rural UK studio inspire many of her crochet and needle-felted creatures and DIY kit designs.
Designer Katerina Gray encourages kids to develop a unique personal style at a young age with her line of whimsical, creative jewelry.
In just three years, Tamara Mayne went from mixing up candles on her kitchen stove to sending her refined scents and designs all over the world.
Seattle jewelry maker Jennifer Vinje’s recycled-diamond Art Deco designs and boho gemstone statement pieces reflect her unique artistic vision.
“Our family defines Smiling Tree Toys, and Smiling Tree Toys defines our family.” Meet parents, partners and wood toymakers Kathleen and Justin Smith.
Inspired by equestrian style and time-worn patina, these makers are creating a line of design-conscious accessories meant to last a lifetime (or two).
This organic-leaning line by London jewelry designer Tatiana Andrea makes a virtue of nature’s endless tiny imperfections.
After earning a PhD in physics and launching a career in academia, this artist found her calling crafting detailed, display-worthy origami creatures.
Embroidery artist Rebecca Kneale’s custom wedding keepsakes — father of the bride tie patches, something blue dress labels — strike the sweetest note.
Hand-stitched wallets, leather-wrapped flasks, and sleek camera straps are just a few of the gift-worthy items you’ll find in this artisan’s shop.