Discover how two Etsy shops have transformed their business by selling patterns, instructions, and essential know-how.
This little-known master of 20th century design reveals another fascinating facet of his creativity: paper sculptures.
An early 20th century mother-daughter team figured out their own recipe for success, creating a brand of baskets still coveted today.
Erin and Matt said “I do” surrounded by vintage planes and aviation-themed retro decor.
A visit to Israel opens a window on to one family’s commitment to environmentally responsible farming.
Wedding stylist Ginny Branch draws inspiration from Emily and Paul’s simple, beautiful wedding in the prairies of Wisconsin.
Watch Mark Poulin craft one of his signature message arrows from metal and glass.
Need an idea for dinner tonight? Let this appetizing array of beautifully photographed recipes inspire you.
The expanding tracks of a wooden train set creates unexpected parallels to a child’s growing understanding of the world.
Fannie Farmer was celebrated and criticized for standardizing American recipes, and her legacy remains powerful today.
One woman revolutionized the world of fiber by developing eco-friendly cottons that don’t need dyes and can be spun by conventional mills.
Seth and Lynn’s sweet California celebration included candy and cocktails galore, a forest of doughnuts, and a magical amount of love.
For two young jewelers, growing their business has created opportunities to support other local makers and industries.
A new exhibit at New York’s Museum of Art and Design asks: can a smell be a work of art?
For 25 years, Iowa printer Tim Fay has chronicled Midwestern life through the Wapsipinicon Almanac.
A young Maine filmmaker crafts a portrait of a mentor who has found an unexpected passion: building custom motorcycles.
A young couple with big dreams are using their passion for change to transform a community’s food habits.
MythBuster host Adam Savage shares why “Etsy is one of the favorite things in my life” and makes himself available to answer your questions.
Mary Randolph’s cookbook helped shape American culinary identity and captured the domestic realities of its time.
Reflections on the cataclysmic artistic and social shifts of the early 20th century raise the question: what will our legacy be?
This couple took a leap of faith, hosting a private ceremony for 14 guests in the gorgeous ruins of a Scottish castle they had never seen in person.