These married makers — he builds furniture, she sews bags — find perfect complements in each other’s creative strengths.
Learn how this laser-cutting designer and machinist got her start.
Raised in a family of house painters, Lue never expected to follow in her dad’s footsteps; fans of her homemade chalk paints are surely glad she did.
These BFFs met while studying fashion in college. Now they co-own Vaux Vintage – a collection of timeless minimalist pieces perfect for everyday.
Whimsical creatures and mystery stories inspire this Melbourne maker’s line of jewelry, ceramics, and patterned home goods.
Bree’s allergies prevented her from being around animals, so she turned her ill-fated love for them into a fun and fantastical business.
This vintage collector finds inspiration at her local library.
Learn how Matney Warner turns her hand-dyed wool into beautiful, one-of-a-kind yarn in her Colorado workspace.
This Haifa, Israel-based designer makes nature-inspired statement jewelry in sizes big and small.
This maker’s passion for wood carving was sparked when she discovered a 2,000-year-old olive tree at an archaeology dig in Turkey.
Lisa Press spent decades stitching up one-of-a-kind doll clothing before launching her own line of dolls, Phoebe & Egg.
From her grandmother’s former tapestry workshop in Alsace, France, Sophie revives vintage decorative treasures for a new generation to enjoy.
This highly motivated, multi-talented maker has put her skills to use selling soap, supplies, and small goods.
Catherine and Nate’s designs are inspired by nature and their off-the-grid lifestyle in British Columbia.
Textiles expert (and DIY kit designer) Jemima Callaghan takes pleasure in connecting makers with materials.