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Maker Faire New York: CRAFT Photo Roundup

I had a great time covering the CRAFT beat this weekend at Maker Faire New York! Here are some of the cool projects and talented makers that caught my eye:

Maker Faire doodling in the Improv Sewing booth.

Gorgeous Rangoli street art from The Rubin Museum of Art.

Fun craft and sewing demos from Kollabora.

Kim Werker and I learned how to spin in the The NeedleArts Zone!

MoMath’s Multi-Morphing Megaplex.

The LEGO pancake bot. (!!!)

The inspiring and creative Sonya Philip from 100 Acts of Sewing.

Weaving demonstrations from Loop of the Loom.

I took a little break on Sunday afternoon to jump on the inflatable padding in the Madagascar Institute Dueling Mechanical Bulls area.

Finally, no Maker Faire roundup would be complete without Katy Perry, the Unicorn.

Did you go to Maker Faire New York? What projects and events did you love?

10 thoughts on “Maker Faire New York: CRAFT Photo Roundup

  1. I’m looking for the saying that goes with the Longjohns made from socks. It goes something about undo the buttons, take out the stitches, you’ll get a pair of socks but you’ll lose your britches.

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Haley Pierson-Cox from Red-Handled Scissors is a maker of crafts, a lover of cats, an avid swearing enthusiast, a cross-stitch book author, and a general purveyor of quirk. She's also sometimes an irritable cartoon named Tiny Cranky Haley.

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