For clothing designer and mother-of-two Ursula Dean, creative work and family life form a harmonious whole.
Work, life and love are stitched together for a mother and daughter in Turkey, who use their bond to create one-of-a-kind wearable art.
What began as a simple clothing line now empowers local economies across the South.
For longboard pioneers Martin and Jogi, quality craftsmanship and quality of life go hand in hand.
This fiber artist learned to “funk it together” by watching the women in her community beautify their environments with limited resources.
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What would you say to the one who got away? Artist Sophie Blackall’s illustrations are inspired by the Internet’s love lost and found.
Sarah Faber’s art dolls tell tales of dire lives of Victorian England, but not without a certain playful wink.
As the year winds down, step into a place where time is of the essence.
Master balloon-wranglers Larry Moss and Kelly Cheatle of Airigami celebrate the season with a delectable treat that will blow your mind.
Who isn’t dazzled and enchanted by that wondrous stuff called glitter?
Add even more sparkle to that bottle of sparkling wine with this eye-catching gift-wrapping tip.
Need to wrap a gift in a hurry? All of the materials for this gift wrap how-to are readily available around the house.
Gift wrapping should be just as interesting and heartfelt as the present within.
Is there anything better than a dog in a bow tie? (We think not.) Crocheter Anne Burton found a muse in Bean, her adorable dog model.
Yevgeniya Kilupe, a Holocaust survivor and self-taught artist, started making masks to supplement her pension after a life of working in the factory.
As one of Japan’s last remaining swordsmiths, Korehira Watanabe has honed his craft for 40 years while attempting to recreate the mythical Koto sword.
H.G. “Skip” Brack salvages tools from all over New England to resell at affordable prices, in an effort to support his local economy and craftsmen.
By bringing grain back to the Hudson Valley, Don Lewis is helping people develop a taste for their own neighborhood.
Intricately slicing through one sheet of paper with a flick of the fingers, Rob Ryan embraces the beauty of interconnectedness.
In this Etsy exclusive, Merrill Garbus, better known as tUnE-yArDs, talks about life in the loop.