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Featured Shop: Elfenwolle

Inspired by all things mystical, this fiber artist creates bold, hand-dyed yarns with names like “Troll King” and “Forest Dancer.”

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Featured Shop: Abiza Jewelry

A love of gemstones (and a need for a portable creative outlet) led this globetrotting designer to build a successful jewelry line.

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Featured Shop: Erin Flett

Designer Erin Flett creates an eye-popping line of textiles that embody her love of color and pattern.

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Featured Shop: Ceramics by Orly

Designer Orly Pittel infuses her line of personalized wedding and home goods with a joyful spirit.

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Featured Shop: Rosa Pietsch

Inspired by the creative process, this innovative designer has combined laser-cutting and resin casting to create a line of thoroughly modern jewelry.

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Featured Shop: Harber London

The careful, quality-conscious makers behind this handcrafted leather accessories shop know that all good things are worth the wait.

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Featured Shop: Nesta Home

Travel, nature, and surf inspire this landscape designer-turned-screenprinter’s decor and gifts line.

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Featured Shop: NaNee Hand Embroidery

Childhood handcrafts and Japanese embroidery inspire this modern textile artist’s digital patterns.

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Featured Shop: Crafterall

Childhood memories and a taste for adventure are all bound up in this Minnesota artist’s cut-paper maps.

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Featured Shop: Cassandra Ellis

For this London designer, everything from her digital pattern downloads to her high-end furniture maps back to one big idea: crafting a home.

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Featured Shop: Papio Press

These creative partners merged their talents — and their lives — to create a whimsical line of illustrated accessories and stationery.

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Featured Shop: HEIMARBEIT

For this Berlin designer, printing her own textiles was the key to launching a distinctive line of hand-stitched home accessories.

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Featured Shop: When It Rains Paper

A cheerful spirit (and a side of sass) come through loud and clear in this paper and party goods line from a pair of close-knit Southern sisters.

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Featured Shop: Kruk Garage

Made with vintage military surplus materials and leather, Kruk Garage’s limited-edition bags are ones you’ll want to keep for a lifetime.

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Featured Shop: Outside Everywhere

Stay-at-home mom and self-taught woodworker Allison Catoe finds inspiration in the everyday.

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Featured Shop: My Beata

Tactile, vibrant, and one-of-a-kind, Bonnie Beata’s wrapped-rope designs give any outfit a boost.

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Featured Shop: Bean and Bailey Ceramics

This husband-and-wife design duo combined their expertise to create a line of contemporary, slip-cast porcelain pots.

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Featured Shop: The Blaithin Blair Shop

From flower farming to wedding bouquets, this nature-loving designer has done it all.

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Featured Shop: Ay Mujer

This California native uses traditional papel picado to create delightful (and surprising) items for celebrations of all kinds.

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Featured Shop: Little Moon Clothing

Vintage fabrics and one-of-a-kind embellishments give Alyssa Zynda’s kids’ wear designs their unique — and highly Instagrammable — flair.

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Featured Shop: Loela

This designer and jeweler turned a layoff into an opportunity to pursue her dreams.

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