Chances are, you have a crocheted afghan in your house.
The first time Alex and Susan Marini listened closely to a harp, it was over dinner at a Massachusetts restaurant.
A diamond ring or necklace made by machine can be beautiful. But it’s just not the same as jewelry crafted by hand, bearing the maker’s mark.
Hooray for Strasburg! Hooray for Mount Joy! Hooray for Elizabethtown and Ephrata and Millersville, too!
When it comes to woodworking, Benjamin Shea will tell you he earned his spot as he learned his skills.
It’s hard to imagine artist Teri Hay working in a foundry, but she does.
There’s something special about holding a greeting card.
Heart-shaped biscuits. Cinnamon apple treats. “Happy Birthday” cookies.
Liz Frandsen always knew she wanted to be a fashion designer.
Wouldn’t it be a lot more fun to eat your vegetables if they were speckled pigeon peas, purple sweet potatoes and tiny Hungarian rice beans?
For Jeremy Friedly, there is something intriguing about the idea that glass is both permanent and fragile.
Amber Kane almost always wears a scarf – on her head, around her neck, over her shoulders or around her waist. When people ask her where she got it, she tells them, “I made it myself.”
Bryan Norris comes off as relaxed yet hyperactive.
When it comes to making custom fishing rods, Barry Weaver employs many skills.