Yorkshire makers Bobbie and Joy at The Unruly Stitch are all about embroidery with a point of view. “Embroidery has been used as a way of protest for centuries, and right now that feels more relevant than ever,” they say. “There’s something very satisfying about picking something up which feels like it was made with you in mind. Our embroidered patches and bags help you achieve that. Show what you stand for.”https://theunrulystitch.com
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