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Hosts Christy Kruzick and Patrick Jager reveal the top five trends from Renegade, so you can get ahead of the curve.
Take a look at the witty and political work of embroiderer Avery Spratt, then stitch up a little statement of your own.
Admit it, you're intrigued by bullet journaling. Designer Jennifer Reyes is here to get you started.
Anna VonRosenstiel's handmade ceramics will have you itching to get your hands dirty.
Faryn Davis shares her process for making amazing jewelry from surprising found materials. Get inspired!
If you think knitting is just for clothes, fiber jewelry designer Onastazia Mullen is here to shake you up.
Get ready to cuddle up in a mixed-media cowl by designer Eleanor Maralit. Better yet, maybe make one of your own.
Meet artist Sarah Gonzales, whose so-cool fashions begin with a trip to the thrift store. Smart and sustainable!
Craftsman Trevor Washko provides a peek into the art of leather working. Your journal never looked so inviting.
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Woman with long blond hair and glasses smiling in front of a white wall with clay planters hanging from it.
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Anna Von Rosenstiel, the owner of Portland’s beloved Carter & Rose, has always had a creative streak. As a child, she’d spend hours playing with scrap wood and glue in her father’s wood shop.
Wendy Rose Gould
two clay planters shaped like cones on wooden boards. planters are holding airplants
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Inspired by the signature pieces from Anna VonRosenstiel of Carter & Rose, these clay planters are an instant upgrade for all your favorite little air plants. Keep this project manageable by using oven-bake clay — no kilns required!
Anna Ghublikian
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