Stencil1 + Levis – A night of customization with Ed Roth of Stencil1, hosted by CRUSHfanzine


Stencil1 is pleased to announce they will be curating another event with Levi’s, this time in their newly re-designed Levi’s® Meatpacking Store.

Guests are encouraged bring your Levi’s® denim or pick out something new for customization by Ed Roth of Stencil1. Ed has added some new custom designs due to the political climate, messages of love and unity.

“I am particularly excited about this event because I not only get to work with Levi’s again, a brand I greatly admire, but also it is in their custom specialty store. I am big on customization, it’s a great expression of one’s individuality. I think customizing your own clothes can also be affordable, yet it is a luxury to own a one-of-a-kind item.”



Join us as we celebrate the newly re-designed Levi’s® Meatpacking Store, now featuring exclusive pieces from the Levi’s® Vintage Clothing, Levi’s® Made & CraftedTM, and Levi’s® Authorized Vintage collections.

Levi’s® Store Meatpacking
414 West 14th
NYC, NY 10014Thursday November 17th, 2016

Cocktails by Blue Nectar Tequila

Celebrating LOVE
complimentary limited-edition tote bag and poster

The event will be hosted by CRUSHfanzine
Sponsored by Pebeo


Stencil1 Will Be At The 2016 American Made Summit

We will have a booth at the Martha Stewart Living Curated Shopping Fair at the American Made Summit on October 21-22. There are lots of special speakers at this event so get your tickets here now!


Stencil1′s very own, Ed Roth, will be there, so be sure to stop by and say hi! This is the perfect opportunity to learn more and ask questions about our American made brand. We will also be selling Stencil1 sell stencils, books, wood ornaments, and hand-made items! One of these items include this awesome handmade decoupage tray:




Are you going to be at the 2016 American Made Summit? Let us know in the comments below or @Stencil1!

See you there!


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GAG! Custom Political Stencils

A group making major headlines - GAG, or Gays Against Guns – asked us to create some custom stencils with their messaging, we jumped right in and made them three different stencils that they later made DIY  t-shirts with. (Photos from GAG).

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You can click and download the files to print and hand-cut your own designs. We will also offer these stencils pre-cut for sale soon with GAG.

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If you have something to say and would like a custom stencil made, we have an Amazon page where you can type in your own message. Try it out here.


Ed Roth Print Sold At Charity


I recently designed and donated a print to be sold at a Housing Works event DESIGN ON A DIME. The inspiration was champagne bubbles and was printed on gold metallic paper with a black ink.

We donated our print to 513 Design Studio, an award-winning, multi-disciplinary creative agency, and they created a booth with our print inside.





The print sold in 10 minutes with all proceeds going to charity, I couldn’t be happier!

513 Design Studio also made the editors at Fashion Times Top 5 favorite booths at the event!


CRAFTish with Vickie Howell and Ed Roth


Recently, Stencil1′s very own, Ed Roth, did an interview with Vickie Howell from CRAFT-ish! Get to know more about Ed and Stencil1 in this podcast as Vickie talks with him about navigating the space between mainstream and indie, art vs. craft, and the inspiration he finds from Brooklyn living.

Take a listen now!

It’s also available on iTunes and SoundCloud!

Vickie Howell is an author, designer, instructor, and broadcast personality in the craft world with a penchant for motivational speaking, and social media marketing.

Vickie is most well-known as the Host and Creative Consultant of DIY Network’s Knitty Gritty, her best selling knitting, crochet, and craft books, and her accessible, inclusive approach to nurturing the creative community via print, video and social media.

Check out Vickie’s site for more DIY projects and inspiration, and for more CRAFT-ish podcasts with Vickie and many other creative experts!