How to Knit a Sweater
On a remote island miles off the coast of Scotland, Mati Ventrillon makes hotly sought-after Fair Isle sweaters according to traditions that are centuries old.
How to Make a Bespoke Bicycle
Take a trip to the workshop of Sven Cycles, which turns out beautiful, bespoke rides on the English Channel.
How to Make Bespoke Shoes
In a small workshop in Florence, Saskia Wittmer crafts leather shoes that are as unique as each customer.
How to Make a Surfboard
Grain Surfboards are built through an additive process that has much in common with traditional wooden ship-building. Planks of wood are cut and glued onto an internal wood frame before being sanded down to their final shape.
How to Make Neon Signs
Neon lights have been beacons of industry and modernity since they were introduced, en masse, in the early 20th century. One hundred years later, though, their method of production can still be painstakingly artisanal.
How to Make a Baseball Glove
Nokona, the only remaining mitt maker in America, has been crafting baseball gloves for more than 80 years.
How to Make a Leather Briefcase
Based in Providence, Rhode Island, Lotuff Leather creates hand-crafted leather goods with their team of twenty two employees. One of their most complicated bags, the Triumph Briefcase, requires a multitude of skill sets to create; from leather working, to painting, to hand-stitching.
How to Make a Flamenco Guitar
A basement workshop in Madrid is where beautifully crafted Conde guitars are made.
How to Build a Camping Trailer
The Purser brothers build single-axle campers out of wood and aluminum, with the goal of making the outdoors more accessible more of the time.
How to Make Skis
Pete Wagner wrote a block of code that translates a skier’s height, weight, skill level, and preferred terrain into the right specifications for a pair of custom planks. The code forms the “recipe” for each new pair of Wagner Skis his company builds in a former gas station in Placerville, Colo., a few miles outside Telluride.
How to Make a Hat
Nick Fouquet designs and builds custom headgear from raw materials. He has celebrities and fashion icons among his clientele, but all he really wants is to convince the world that no matter what everyone thinks, all of us are hat people.
How to Make Hand Blown Glass
Lisa Aronzon has been turning molten glass into colorful, functional works of art for over 25 years. There’s not a day that it’s still not a wonder.
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