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Susan Brackney

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The Maker: Cream & Concrete

Concrete Blonde

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The Maker: Chairman Of The Board

“After a lot of trial and error, it kind of took off.”

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Stun Guns

Costume weapons earning props from Hollywood.

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Prime Numbers

A Bloomington metal fabricator creates mod address digits and mailboxes that make the cut.

A woman sits with her feet up at a sewing machine desk while stitching together a doll.
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The Maker: Seamstress Anne Dougans

Sew you.

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The Maker: Yard Games

Pretty sneaky.

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For Those About To Rock

“What we do is more like Ferrari or Rolls-Royce—really small-batch stuff, but really good.”

A woman stands at a work table with materials used in stained-glass making.
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The Maker: Anne Ryan Miller Glass Studio

“It always resembles a storm or a sunset or a sunrise. I look for something that evokes a feeling in me.”

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The Maker: Constance Collins

Constance Collins’s high-end textiles.

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The Maker: Smith & Co Creations

“I haven’t seen anyone making letters the way we do,” Erin says.

Man, Bill Berg crafts a dulcimer, an hourglass shaped musical instrument.
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Maker: Bill Berg, The Dulcimer King

“I sold to a lot of young women who wanted to be like Joni Mitchell,” he says. “Now, I sell to older ladies, and Joni Mitchell would be in that ‘older lady’ category.”

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Flight Of Fancy

In Julie Gootee’s hands, butterflies become jewelry.

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The Maker: Joe Krutulis

“It’s a continuously changing design. I look at it like four-dimensional art. You have the three-dimensional space, and it changes with time.”

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The Maker: Statement Pieces

Find the missing piece to your growing Indiana pride collection.

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The Maker: Chuck Bruce

All told, a single piece can take a few days to create.

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