The story of Maker 37 starts with a self-taught guy working out of his garage and learning the ropes of wood-turning.
In the beginning, I was a wood-turner. I didn't know how to use an iPhone, make a website, talk to a manufacturer, have art designs created, etc. I tripped a bit, moving from turning bowls and vessels, ornaments, hair pins, honey stirrers, etc. to hand-turning, hand-sanding and hand-painting crochet hooks – which was the impetus of what Maker 37 would become.
Imagine someone walking around in the dark and trying to find their way. Move toward the mouth of the cave; things become brighter. Walk outside of the cave and see the world in full view. Maker 37 is the evolutionary expression of that cave journey.
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Scott, lead maker and curator at Maker 37