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Recently, I came across a wonderful blog 
Emily & Jon in Morocco and I would like to 
introduce the artists and their work.

Emily & Jon in Morocco
Hand embroidered cards by Emily
Image: Courtesy of Emily & Jon in Morocco blog
Emily is a graduate of Cleveland Institute of Art 
with a major in fiber and material studies, and 
Jon is a graduate of Atlanta College of Art.

They created a wonderful five part tutorial on paper making.
I especially love the deckle and mold they made:
 It is functional, practical, efficient, and inexpensive!

Here are their wonderful posts:


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