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New Generation Brings Edge to Crafts

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New Generation Brings Edge to Crafts

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New Generation Brings Edge to Crafts

New Generation Brings Edge to Crafts

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Gen-Xers are a new breed of crafters. These knitters, beaders and papermakers emerged from the DIY or do-it-yourself movement. Now, DIY crafters are selling their homemade tchotchkes online, at boutiques and at craft fairs. NPR's Neda Ulaby reports.

Handmade pendants

Handmade pendants for sale at the Crafty Bastards Arts and Crafts Fair in Washington, D.C. Astrid Riecken hide caption

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