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My name is Michelle Kreussel. I make hand-embroidered soft toy animals, cushions and printed tote bags. I live in West London, United Kingdom, and my shop is called The Fox in the Attic. From an early
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My name is Sarah Wilson, and I work as a leathersmith in my woodsy studio in Washington. I also use Pendleton wool and hand-painted canvas in the designs of some of my bags. My shop is called Arc of a
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