I have been researching Craftsman style stencils lately, and have found several wonderful sites that carry small selections of such designs. If you would like to learn more about the Arts and Crafts Movement, I invite you to visit the sites highlighted here. Most of these sites have a wealth of information about this Movement, links to other resources, downloadable PDFs for easy stencil instructions, as well as some great stencil designs!
Lightwave Laser: Frank Lloyd Wright Stencils
Lightwave Laser, an authorized licensee of Frank Lloyd Wright designs, has a very nice collection of stencils that are reproductions and adaptations based on Wright’s original designs.
Helen Foster Stencils
I was happy to discover Helen Foster Stencils have not gone away, but are now owned by Fair Oak Workshops. Helen’s wonderful stencil designs were created for arts & crafts style homes. Again, a lot of valuable information and resources can be found on this site for the Arts & Crafts Movement enthusiast.
Trimbelle River Studio & Designs
Continuing on with the theme of Arts & Crafts Movement inspired stencils designs, I’d like to introduce you to Trimbelle River Studio & Designs. This company, based in Ellsworth, Wisconsin, is owned by Amy Miller, who is also the author of Stenciling the Arts & Crafts Home. I really like the variety of designs and the sizes of this stencil line. The designs featured here are Stickley Poppy and Rose & Bellflower.
American Home Stencils
Ford Craftsman Studios
Ford Craftsman Studio offers a selection of 20 border designs, as well as some interesting items for sale on their website. They feature some beautiful embroidered linens using Craftsman designs.
I hope you have found this list of wonderful sources for Craftsman Style Stencils helpful, and have been as inspired as I have by these lovely designs!
Editor’s Note: Several years ago Carol wrote a series of posts featuring Craftsman Style Stencils. This post updates and consolidates that series into a single post. Original series published January, 2009