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How the pandemic pushed this nonprofit worker to start her own businesses
In addition to her day job, Jennifer Barton of Buffalo now sells mugs and other goods she makes, plus owns a community art studio.
Last of the mohair and wool spinners — how two Texan mills keep the state's tradition alive
Once a global leader in wool, there are now just two mills operating in the state.
Sewing made easy: A fashion startup wants to simplify DIY
No sewing machine? No problem, says Zoey Washington of SewSquad.
Checking in on Etsy for its 10th birthday
Etsy's CEO Chad Dickerson is optimistic about the state of the company.
Why Etsy's stock has fallen by half in two months
...and why a box full of Etsy goods may be to blame.
Etsy's CEO wore all Etsy for the first day of trading
The crafty commerce site ended the day at $30 a share.
Etsy goes public, hoping to remain 'authentic'
Some have grumbled the company already sold out by allowing manufactured goods.
Anou, the accessible Etsy of Morocco
New website launched in Morocco helps rural artisans set their wares.