By Emma Taggart
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Toronto-based printmaking graduate Michelle Galletta first started embroidering when she decided to make her niece a set of three hand-made owl dolls to play with. Not being able to find an embroidery kit she was happy with, she decided to made her own. “As I was making Madeleine’s owls, I became fascinated with embroidery: the vibrant colors, the countless variety of stitches, the calming effect it had on me,” says Galletta. …READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE & LEARN MORE HERE
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