Modern-day textile artists prize a centuries-old dye for its vibrant color and environmentally-friendly nature.
Certified Master Knitters take knits to the next level, dedicating countless hours to mastering their craft.
For 25 years, Iowa printer Tim Fay has chronicled Midwestern life through the Wapsipinicon Almanac.
These eleven-pound wonders produced by Singer from 1933 to 1964 are still the tool of choice for collectors and serious sewists alike.
Authors Melody Miller and Allison Tannery share ideas for making sure giftwrapping lives a life beyond the holidays.
This Midwestern company creates the larger-than-life roadside attractions that populate childhood memories.
A curator’s criticism sparks a discussion: Just because you can innovate, should you?
In the early 20th century, outsider artists spent years creating over-the-top sites for contemplation and reflection.
An online collaboration results in a co-authored book, “Sunday Morning Quilts.”
Nontraditional Czech folk clothing, sustainability, and artistic expression bring an artist into partnership with Goodwill.
An innovative new program allows library patrons free access to music, while providing exposure for local musicians.
This week in Washington, DC, 48,000 panels of the AIDS Memorial Quilt will be on display, a handmade tribute to lives tragically lost.
An organization strives to build community and literacy through DIY neighborhood micro-libraries.
Though she’s been called the mother of modern quilting, Denyse Schmidt’s new book pays homage to quilts of the past.
Seeking a spot for his kids to enjoy nature, Rich Tyler discovered a 100-year old octagonal barn. The kids are grown, but the Secrest Barn remains.