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Vote for Local Crafters in the 2014 Martha Stewart American Made Awards

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Two local crafters are finalists in the 2014 Martha Stewart American Made Awards. The competition, according to the Martha Stewart website, is designed to spotlight "the next generation of great American makers: entrepreneurs, artisans, and small-business owners who are creating beautiful, inspiring, useful products; pioneering new industries; improving local communities; and changing the way we eat, shop, work, and live."

Judges will pick winners in various categories, but YOU, gentle reader, can vote six times a day — from now until Oct. 13 — for the Audience Choice Award.

So, throw some Steel City love behind these two women, who are already an essential part of the Pittsburgh handmade and craft scene:

Kim Fox, of Worker Bird, makes colorful collages from old vintage tins — like quilting with metal. See her work and vote for her here.

Amy Hanley, of Redraven Studios, creates keepsake ceramics, from flower vases to knick-knacks. See her work and vote for her here.

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