10 New American Artisans We Love
Here, ten of F&W's favorite new American artisans including knife makers who use scrap metal, a Brooklyn vodka distiller and a pop-up brunch party.
Using techniques borrowed from traditional Indonesian batiks, Elizabeth Archangeli makes beautiful linens with a modern-ethnic aesthetic. She silk-screens Indonesian motifs, such as flower, leaf and bird prints, to create idiosyncratic designs. With soft fabrics and washed-out colors, the Cricket Radio table runners, pillows and napkins all have a casual, beachy feel. Up next: Archangeli is adding clothes, as well as linens inspired by ancient Egypt. Tea towel, $28; cricketradiovermont.com.—CQ