Scroll down to see CraftOptics in action making jewelry, quilting, tying flies, sewing, beading, soldering electronics and even tattooing!
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Jewelry artist Maryna & her CraftOptics
Lisa Gralnick in the studio with her new set of CraftOptics & DreamBeam
Kelly DeFries, the Crystal Ninja with her CraftOptics! www.crystalninja.com
Santa knows what you want!
Kim beading with tiny Miyuki delica beads from Japan
Bonnie Hunter hand quilting. http://quiltville.blogspot.com/
Bonnie Hunter with her telescopes flipped up
Marilyn Badger at WI Quilt Expo
Tying flies in Wyoming
Long arm quilting with Myrna Ficken
Michelle & Janice at the Baltimore Applique Society 2016 Retreat
Paul Stoll, Piercing & Tattoo Artist, Body Manipulations, San Francisco
International Quilt Festival Houston
Working on tiny salmon
Jeff with Marilyn Badger at the WI Quilt Expo
Product demo at the airport on the way to Houston!
Hi-end audio work
Bonnie Hunter hanging out at International Quilt Market!
Purple, Red or Black Titanium
The Winner! Modern Stitching Affair, Madison
They are pretty important!
Cross-stitch with Geraldine
Judy Beskow - Long arm quilter
The Show Booth
Scott at the bench
Lisa Gralnick works in her art studio on the University of Wisconsin campus in Madison.
Quilting with Renee
Drew at Chazen Museum of Art, Madison
Krystal Wick beadwork
More long arm quilting
Michelle Lea machine quilting
Stacey holding court at Sewing & Stitchery Expo
At a show
Melissa Ingram working on another masterpiece.
Wyatt White doing his thing in Tucson!
Mark Nelson at the bench
Brenda Schweder on TV
Steve - electronics/circuit board repair
Alan the Audiophile
Dom playing with watches
Jackie Truty, Art Clay USA
Meet the Press at the new CraftOptics office
Lampworking with a clip-on filter
Carolyn spreading the word about CraftOptics at Lynn's of Madison
Gemma is knitting
Cheryl doing handwork
Katie with the hottest look of the season
Kate at the show
Checking out coins
Rea at Beadfest
Carolyn guiding the way
Yvonne at the bench
Phil Poirier at the bench
"What a difference they make. They are comfortable, fit perfectly, not too heavy and I can see the smallest details sitting in a better upright position."