Home Crafting Page 2

Crafting

Andrea Lauren's motto is "ink, print, repeat" — an abridged description of what it is she does. A printmaker and surface pattern designer, she is recognized for her unique hand-carved linocut prints inspired by her love of nature, walks in the woods, storybooks, folk tales, and childhood memories.  Each of her designs is drawn...
With all the time on our hands while being in quarantine, many of us have taken up DIY crafts to occupy ourselves and learn new skills. You've probably tie-dyed enough shirts, completed tons of puzzles, and embroidered artwork, but if you're looking for something new to try out, you'll want to check out this artist!
Crafter and content creator Jodi Levine turns everyday rubbish into an inspiring landscape of experimentation and play. Her Instagram page has become a gathering place for young parents looking for creative (and cheap!) ways to engage in arts and crafts with their children. Based in Brooklyn with her husband and two sons, Levine has...
Most crafters will tell you that inner peace can be achieved through the meditative process of making something with your hands. For Reilly Case, that something is embroidery. “Embroidery became this mindful experience for me,” she observes on her website. https://www.instagram.com/p/Bm0gp4XgQbp/ “Something that made me feel uplifted but at...
Teresa Lim's embroidery is inspired by the people and things around her. An observer of people and a lover of textiles, her artwork has attracted a growing fanbase on Instagram, with more than 85k followers to date. It has also caught the attention of commercial brands, with selected clients including brands like Gucci, Changi Airport, and Swarovski.
Here's a reminder: you don't have to be good at something in order to fully enjoy it. Crafting is a great way to stay creative and active without the pretension of being an actual artist. Here to help you out is Thai crafter Orawee Choedamphai. The owner of the online craft shop Squish-n-Chips, Choedamphai provides quality supplies that...
Like most textile artists, Cindy Grisdela comes from a long line of women who have expressed themselves using a needle and thread. “Creating with various forms of fabric and thread has been a part of my life since I was a child,” she explains in her bio. https://www.instagram.com/p/B-w3lYrnSRc/ But...
With plenty of time on our hands and nothing to do with our hands - Liz Stiglets’ embroidery shop definitely comes in handy. The mastermind behind Cozy Blue, Stiglets offers embroidery patterns and DIY kits at reasonable prices, meant to help you tap into your inner embroiderer. https://www.instagram.com/p/B-scCN5g04x/ “I give notes for each...
Though playful in nature, Hiné Mizushima's needle felted creations aren't meant to be played with. Exhibited in galleries in the US, Australia, and Japan, and featured in books and magazines, as well as commissioned for campaigns and publications, they're better described as soft sculptures than toys. https://www.instagram.com/p/B9hZr_zhwIc/ Born in Japan, Mizushima...
Textile artist Cat Rabbit first took to plush toys as a way to pass the time. “I first started making little plush toys for friends when I was studying at university,” she explained in an interview with AG Gallery. But what began as a simple hobby would soon blossom into a career. “My interest in textiles grew...

Popular

Just 4 U