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I grew up in the Foothills of Northern California; I meet my husband in Alaska ,lived in Arkansas, which is a very beautiful state, now I reside in Grass Valley. I have always dabbled in the arts and crafts in some form or another, from stone carving to knitting with amazing teachers along the way. Usually I am inspired to create when I have a friend or family member in mind to give a gift, like all gifts though, there is this nervousness as to weather they will like it or not and so finding out what your friends really like is always the first step before you begin the process of creating something for them. I think that is why I enjoy getting feedback so much and learning what preferences people enjoy.

The leather wares you now see, started because a friend suggested that my drawings could be burned on leather. Of course I was intrigued with tooling and the prospect of learning…

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  • Female
  • Born on April 3
  • Joined April 13, 2010

Favorite materials

Yarn, Leather, Charcoal, Paper, Soapstone, Alabaster

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About

I grew up in the Foothills of Northern California; I meet my husband in Alaska ,lived in Arkansas, which is a very beautiful state, now I reside in Grass Valley. I have always dabbled in the arts and crafts in some form or another, from stone carving to knitting with amazing teachers along the way. Usually I am inspired to create when I have a friend or family member in mind to give a gift, like all gifts though, there is this nervousness as to weather they will like it or not and so finding out what your friends really like is always the first step before you begin the process of creating something for them. I think that is why I enjoy getting feedback so much and learning what preferences people enjoy.

The leather wares you now see, started because a friend suggested that my drawings could be burned on leather. Of course I was intrigued with tooling and the prospect of learning something new, and well hear I am. You will find in my shop some items which pyrography was used on the leather that I transferred from my own drawings, and later have tooled some of those same drawings. I love to change and grow and so many of the designs you now see may be around for a while, but others will only be hear a short time to make room for other designs, new and exciting ones.

Hope you have fun,
byNikki

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