Eva Camacho-Sánchez

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Eva Camacho-Sánchez is a Northampton, Massachusetts based felted decorations, jewelry, housewares, and accessories maker at her company Lana Handmade. Much of her work is inspired by nature.[1][2] She gew up in Alcaudete, Spain.[1] She sources wool from New England farmers and incorporates material from the woods into some of her work.[1]

Eva lays out pieces of wool on a large table, wets them with water and soap, then rolls the wool in a piece of bubble wrap about 1,000 times to form it. She uses the prepared felt to make garments in about six or seven hours.[2]

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  1. ^ a b c [Wild and Woolen] Martha Stewart Living October 2013 pages 33, 42
  2. ^ a b c Nineteen and counting: Paradise City Arts Festival readies for 3-day run at Three County Fairgrounds in Northampton by JUSTINE MARKS Daily Hampshire Gazette October 9, 2013