Meet incredible artists and craftsmen in Pawleys Island, Murrells Inlet, and Georgetown who are inspired by their coastal landscape, wildlife, and history — and are carrying on treasured family traditions.
Stitches in Time
In the far-western reaches of the state, two men who learned to quilt from the communities around them are dispelling stereotypes while continuing a beloved — and necessary — mountain tradition.
3 Ways to Decorate For Fall
Fill your home with gorgeous gourds, hand-woven baskets, and fall-scented candles from three talented North Carolina artists and makers.
The Sandhills Woman’s Exchange
For more than a century, a 200-year-old cabin in Pinehurst has provided women with a location to sell their homemade goods.
A Guide to Downtown Hickory
The heart of this city flourishes as a hub of art, food, and entertainment with the help of an impassioned community advocate.
19 Spots Across North Carolina to Find Your Favorite Cider
Served warm in a mug or cold and bubbly in a glass, the sweet-tart taste of hard and soft ciders is one of our favorite parts of fall.
21 Artists of the Parkway
The scenic drive from Cherokee to the Virginia state line guarantees beauty in more ways than one. Take a detour off the Blue Ridge Parkway to meet some of the artists inspired by our majestic mountains, wild landscapes, and natural diversity — and to appreciate a different sort of view.
Call of the Wild in Asheville
At the Folk Art Center just off the Blue Ridge Parkway, artisans share the language of Appalachian craft with younger generations.
I-95 Road Trip: Down by the Riverside in Weldon
A former cotton mill just off the interstate in Halifax County has taken on a new life. Today, the enormous 122-year-old building is an antiquarian’s playground packed with rare treasures and stories around every corner.