We’ve rounded up the state’s A-plus offerings, from flower arranging inspired by ‘Gilmore Girls’ to tufted rugs made famous on TikTok.
Beki Morris creates mosaic images from wine corks. By playing with textures, colors, and shapes, she creates impressive depth and detail.
Sandi Manrig has spent over forty years designing teeny-tiny turtlenecks, minuscule marigolds, and all manner of small-scale scenes.
Years ago, I learned an important lesson from a family in West Texas—happiness can be found in the simplest places.
Nosheen Iqbal incorporates her Pakistani heritage into the embroidery and wood pieces that she crafts in her home studio near Dallas.
After a year of solitary pandemic quilting, devotees of East Texas fabric mothership Stitchin’ Heaven take over Fort Worth, ready to bond—and spend.
Some of his fans call him Sewing Jesus.
We can’t promise it’ll look perfect, but it will be one of a kind.
This week, we try our hand at window art—with a few stops and starts.
Play with clay and learn about an important figure from Texas history.
Plus, a profile of La’Darius Marshall from Netflix’s ‘Cheer,’ flour from Barton Springs Mill, and ‘Naked and Afraid.’
Brighten up your living room with a homemade Texas floral arrangement.
During these strange and difficult times, crafting can perhaps help assuage anxiety.
When machine-printed polyester or rayon won’t do, consider the work of Texas’ top textile artists.
Six Texas artisans are busy putting the craft back in craftsmanship.