Meet the Artist Translating Her Camera Roll into Exquisite Tapestries
Erin M. Riley makes slow weavings of fast images.
Forget Deskilling, the Craft Invasion Is ON in New York
Sheila Hicks makes me wish I still knew how to make a lanyard.
Paige Katherine Bradley
Knitting Is Soft and Crafty—and Subversive, Chaotic, and Political
Two recent books look at the emotional comforts and political possibilities of textiles.
She May Create Some of Russia's Weirdest Feminist Art—Just Don't Call Her a Feminist
Alice Hualice, 23, creates bizarrely beautiful textile sculptures in a small Russian city that explore the grotesque and the feminine.