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Brunswick’s Maine Woolens keeps a state tradition alive.
Rhode Island’s O&G Studio brings a “wood-first” approach to furniture making.
Southbridge-based SJC Custom Drums builds sets for some of the biggest names in the business.
Alice Saunders uses salvaged textiles to create one-of-a-kind handbags.
Handcrafted bikes rule the road in Charlestown.
A family-owned Wareham company crafts heirloom sailboats.
Two artists create exquisite handblown objets d’art in Waltham.
Rhode Island designer Melinda Cox puts a colorful spin on eco-friendly home décor.
Armed with an electric kiln and plenty of know-how, the team behind Allston-based Myrth Ceramics creates timeless handmade stoneware.
Just when you thought our Olympians couldn’t look any better (those bodies! all those medals!), Team USA is about to suit up in Massachusetts-made apparel. At […]
These dream weavers’ handwoven textiles combine island simplicity with luxurious materials.
Modern furniture is made the old-fashioned way in Connecticut.
On the hunt for high-end, handmade skis? Look no further than Eastie.
New Hampshire’s Northeast Lantern is a family-run business that hand-builds beautiful fixtures guaranteed to last.
Jim Hamann’s copper cookware is made to last generations.