Jenny Ryan

Founder of Felt Club

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Founder of Felt Club, the annual craft fair held in Los Angeles, creator of business and book SewDarnCute, and director of Home Ec, a new department at the Los Angeles boutique ReForm School focusing on craft classes and tools

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