For this Berlin designer, printing her own textiles was the key to launching a distinctive line of hand-stitched home accessories.
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.
Made with vintage military surplus materials and leather, Kruk Garage’s limited-edition bags are ones you’ll want to keep for a lifetime.
Stay-at-home mom and self-taught woodworker Allison Catoe finds inspiration in the everyday.
Tactile, vibrant, and one-of-a-kind, Bonnie Beata’s wrapped-rope designs give any outfit a boost.
This husband-and-wife design duo combined their expertise to create a line of contemporary, slip-cast porcelain pots.
From flower farming to wedding bouquets, this nature-loving designer has done it all.
This California native uses traditional papel picado to create delightful (and surprising) items for celebrations of all kinds.
Vintage fabrics and one-of-a-kind embellishments give Alyssa Zynda’s kids’ wear designs their unique — and highly Instagrammable — flair.
This designer and jeweler turned a layoff into an opportunity to pursue her dreams.
Not content to apply their talents to someone else’s vision, sisters Lior and Paz Brouk struck out with an eco-friendly children’s line all their own.
This knitwear dynamo creates unique patterned goods inspired by architecture and her travels.
Meet an Australian fiber artist with a self-diagnosed case of “weaver fever.”
This San Francisco artist and designer turned a drawing-a-day exercise into a series of books and a line of fine-art prints and patterned home goods.
This fiber artist found her calling after listening to her gut and moving off the grid.
Learn how a custom wedding-favor business funded this coffeehouse lover’s lifelong dream of opening a brick-and-mortar meeting place.
From symbolic necklaces and rings to sleek hair pins and functional barrettes, this jewelry designer has a style all her own.
Learn how Heather Parker’s passion for fostering rescue dogs developed into a bona fide business plan.
Learn what inspires designer and screen printer Noelle Burke – and how she goes about creating original pieces for her popular line, Xenotees.
This self-taught designer and mother of three crafts made-to-order clothing and swimwear for women of all shapes and sizes.
From trying on vintage outfits as a kid to selling highly collectible vintage wares as an adult, this shop owner’s passion for vintage is lifelong.