All teddy bears go to Heaven in Charlemagne Palestine’s stuffed animal world.
Ireland's tourism board commissioned a massive tapestry that details every episode of the series.
Polish artist Misz Ajdacki left behind a life in finance to make his little anthropomorphic animals from wool.
"They seemed to speak some very specific ideas of American masculinity and patriotism. I guess it's just a simple way of saying, 'Look at my big balls!'"
Max Alexander turns Shetland wool into scientifically accurate depictions of various moth species.
Lucy Sparrow opens the cutest corner shop in the Five Boroughs.
Take a workshop and celebrate the art of crafts this weekend at Brooklyn's Craft in Focus Festival.
Lucy Sparrow crafts a fully-functioning felt mini mart in New York City.
Sarah Zapata weaves warm, fuzzy yarn installations that demand critical thought.
Nico Mazza’s hand-stitched textiles compare religious iconography with popular culture to construct personal identity.