Making things — masks, quilts, ceramics, mandalas — was a practical and sometimes political response to the moment.
The craft retailer pulled a pattern book from its stores after employees noticed some of its designs contained swearing.
With a new take on timeless crafts and an ethos of reduce, reuse and recycle, designers across the spectrum are looking to patch things up.
A long-neglected home art is reclaimed during the pandemic, including by some eager to break gender stereotypes.
In the latest installment of our Designer D.I.Y. series, learn how to breathe new life into old clothes with a classic sashiko stitch.
Old patchwork blankets are getting new life as garments. But some preservationists cringe at ripping up heirlooms for fickle fashion.
As part of our Designer D.I.Y. series, Mr. Mouret shows how to make a denim handbag inspired by a town on the French Riviera.
The Designer D.I.Y. series returns with a sleeveless look for the last stretches of summer, from the pioneer woman of modern prairie dresses.
Tom Rauffenbart had resolved to create a tribute to his partner, the artist David Wojnarowicz. A sewing circle of women took up the cause for both men, stitching through lockdown.
By now you’ve figured out that wearing a mask is not as simple as all those TV doctors made it look. Here’s our guide to the wear and care of your new mask.
In the latest installment of our Designer D.I.Y. series, the designer embroiders a lover’s hankie.
In this installment of our Designer D.I.Y. series, Mr. Snyder stitches print boxers to blown-out denim to produce a whole greater than the holes in its parts.
Laura and Kate Mulleavy show us how to turn kitchen towels and costume jewelry into a carry-all.
The industry has returned to work, but it’s far from business as usual for small suppliers to luxury brands and retailers.
The latest installment of our Designer D.I.Y. at Home series teaches you how to whip up a present for the significant other you may not have seen for a while.
With overrun hospitals facing an acute shortage of masks, people are pulling out their sewing machines to fill the void.