America was made by makers. Carpenters. Blacksmiths. Welders and woodworkers. Together, they made more than things. They made America the greatest nation on earth.
And that same spirit of craft and quality lives on to this very day – in the lives and work of those who carry the storied tradition of making. We believe their stories deserve to be told and we couldn’t be more proud to share them. Because at Sawblade.com, we are Made for Makers.
After moving from Southern California to Austin, Jordan founded Growler Domestics with a single goal in mind: To make high quality, one of a kind pieces that are as unique as the people who commission them. In just a few short years, Jordan has grown the brand from a small garage start up to one of the leading custom fabrication studios in Texas.
The trades are a great way to make a living. But for Sarah, it completely changed her life. As a teen, she loved making jewelry. But it wasn’t until she took her first welding class, that she realized the true potential she had within herself. Now, she helps create stunning pieces of metal art, while inspiring others to follow their dreams.
Rick has always had a knack for creative pursuits. First, as a musician. Then, as an audio engineer, a photographer, and now as the owner of Greenbelt Woodworks. His ability to blend the art of photography with the craft of woodworking has led him to create one of the most uniquely beautiful Instagram accounts: @greenbeltwoodworks.
Carpenter and Craftsman
Some people have to start their morning with coffee. For Ben Butler, he has to start his day by making something. From fine furniture to leather belts to DIY home repairs, few have the breadth of experience and knowledge possessed by Ben. But it’s his passion for hard work that truly sets him apart, making him an inspiration to thousands across the country.