Craftsman craft the right kind of jar, says Tom Ziegler, owner of Zieglers Crafts.
Zieglings Crafts in Waukesha, Wis., is a specialty craft shop and craft shop where he sells handcrafted jars and other handmade items.
“We try to keep it simple,” Zieglings Crafts owner Tom Zigler said.
“I want to keep the customer as happy as possible.”
Crafts made by Zieglies are not sold in the stores and are sold on-site.
Ziglers Craft, in addition to selling on-line craft, also sells a variety of other craft items, including a hand-crafted candle and an old-fashioned wooden fork.
The business has about 200 people working at the business, but he plans to expand in the future.
“People don’t like going out to see a new store,” Ziglings said.
In a town of more than 2,000 people, Ziglis is hoping to attract people who want to learn how to make their own jar.
“A lot of people just want to have a good time and have fun,” Zieglings said, adding that his business has been a success.
The Craftsmans and Ziegles’ own shops are on the other side of the country.
In San Francisco, the owner of the craft shops, John Hickey, is opening a new one in the city this year.
“My goal is to build a great community of people,” Hickey said.
The city of San Francisco is expected to welcome about 100 new businesses in the next two years.
In the meantime, the San Francisco Crafts Market is still a place to find locally made goods, according to the market’s website.
Zielings’ business is expanding, and he is hoping the same thing happens in Wisconsin.
“The best thing about our business is that we make our own stuff,” Ziggler said, and people can buy the items they need.
The idea of a craft shop isn’t new in the craft industry, but it’s become increasingly popular in recent years.
“For years, the craft was kind of an afterthought, a second-tier thing, and now there’s a lot of excitement about it,” said Mark Wojciechowski, owner and owner of Wojcraft in Milwaukee, who also has a small craft shop on the city’s northwest side.
Woj is also a partner with the Wisconsin Crafts Guild.
The guild and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and Conservation have teamed up to promote craft in the state.
“There’s a whole market out there,” Woj said.
It is an industry that doesn’t get much attention in other states.
Wisconsin’s Crafts, which started in 2011, is expanding into a wider area of Wisconsin.
A recent survey by the Wisconsin Brewers Guild found that the industry has grown from fewer than 50 people in 2012 to about 800 now.
The number of members is also growing, and that could mean the number of craft shops could grow.
“They’re all really hungry for this new opportunity,” Woz said.
Woz also thinks the craft sector will be a good market for new restaurants, bars and other businesses.
“You know, a lot is happening now,” he said.
He expects that new businesses to open up to new customers.
“This industry is here to stay,” Wodaschowski said.
Crafts is also expanding in the Twin Cities area, with about 20 businesses in Madison and the Twin Creeks, including some small ones.
“It’s a booming industry,” said Lisa Pomerantz, president of the Twin Crescents, an upscale retail chain in the downtown area.
The chain is opening an in-house craft shop in the new store in the same building where it sells craft beer and spirits.
The store will open in January.
“Our goal is for our brand to be a destination, and the craft-oriented businesses are just going to be the gateway to that destination,” Pomerants said.
She said the craft business is the next step in a chain that will eventually include bars, restaurants and bars.
Craft is growing in the Midwest.
The Milwaukee Brewers Guild has partnered with the local chapter of the Crafts Association of America to expand its membership to more than 100 members in the metro area.
“In Wisconsin, we’re growing quickly, and we’re not going to stop,” said Scott Miller, president and CEO of the Brewers Guild.
Miller is also in charge of organizing the Wisconsin Cascades Craft Fest, which is held at the Waukegan Convention Center each summer.
Miller said the event is about showcasing the best Wisconsin craft breweries and craft-related businesses.
The Brewers Guild will also be hosting a Craft Fest at its headquarters in Wausau.
Craft Fest has grown to about 20 events a year.
Miller and others believe that by the time craft