Rediscover the seller stories readers loved the most this season.
When the recession knocked them down, these high school sweethearts persevered to keep their family together—and a leather goods business was born.
This music director turned her lifelong hobby of felting wool into a kind-hearted business that speaks to the child in every adult.
This eco-friendly metalsmith combines a passion for wedding jewelry with a deep knowledge of sustainably-sourced gemstones.
One shortcut to a brighter mood? A more colorful environment, says therapist and home goods designer Natalie Manima of Bespoke Binny.
Two creative sisters with dreams of running their own businesses finally joined forces, bonded by love and a shared passion for leather goods.
For sisters hailing from antiques-centric Lancaster, Pennsylvania, selling vintage jewelry together is as natural as finishing each other’s sentences.
Meet the self-taught Baltimore woodworker who designs flat-packed furniture with simplicity and style in mind.
When they couldn’t find canine accessories that met their style standards, this dog-loving mother-daughter team created their own luxe line.
Geography, history, and personal identity come together in this modern, map-focused jewelry line.
This alternative fashion designer combines steampunk, Victorian, and sci-fi influences in her thoroughly one-of-a-kind costume line.
For this Japanese ceramicist, clean lines, minimal design, and a restrained color palette are the name of the game.
This designer makes kids the stars of their own imaginations with the help of her vibrant DIY costume patterns.
Perfectly pared-down pendants, slim stacking rings, and unconventional stud earrings set this chic line of ultra-modern jewelry apart.
This designer draws on her international upbringing to create enchanting, immersive, and thoroughly modern wallpaper that’s kid and adult-friendly.
Hand-sewn, all-natural, heirloom-quality bags and accessories from beekeeper-turned-leathersmith, Dani Caltik.
When her dad refused to buy her yet another lip gloss, 9-year-old Zandra Cunningham decided to make her own. Today she’s 17, and business is booming.
For this multidimensional Mexico City jeweler, finding her artistic voice meant learning to trust her intuition.
This bridal designer creates timeless, comfortable gowns that enhance a woman’s natural beauty—and give her granddaughters something to fight over.
When an economic crisis forced this mother of two out of her business and her home, she used her sewing skills to construct a new life for her family.
Following stints as a miner, waitress, ceramicist, and scallop shucker, Jessica Kramer hit her stride designing ethically sourced raw crystal jewelry.