Click on the markers to learn more about different craft techniques

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AppliquéAppliqué
DyeingDyeing
EmbroideryEmbroidery
FiberFiber
LaceLace
NeedleworkNeedlework
PrintingPrinting
TapestryTapestry
WeavingWeaving

Discover heritage & contemporary crafts

The Craft Atlas is an open access platform for global craft knowledge, techniques & makers. Discover different ways of making by browsing the map & our collections.

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Connecting the threads

The mission of the Craft Atlas is to connect resources, knowledge and people in regard to craft practise & heritage.
We do this by means of combining own research with connecting, curating and bringing together existing resources, databases and networks.

Do you have materials you would like to share with us for publication?
Do you have a craft story you would like to tell to a wider audience?
Would you like to widen or dispute facts written about a craft?
Do you know of, or do you represent, another great, open resource that we could include in the collection?

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Then, please connect with us!
👉🏿 connect@craftatlas.co ✍🏾

die Vorstricker* – traditional knitting in the Alps, reconstructed

We are happy to introduce our project die Vorstricker* a cooperation between The Craft Atlas and fashion designer Teresa Mair. Die Vorstricker* examines traditional knitting techniques and patterns from the Alps. We research and document traditional knitting techniques and patterns from the regions of Tyrol, Vorarlberg, South Tyrol and Bavaria.   Continue reading >