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s a young woman living in India, British artist Marthe Armitage was fascinated by the craftsmen she saw in local bazaar stalls, printing bedspreads with carved wooden blocks. When her architect husband’s work designing a hospital in Ludhiana was completed, their growing family moved to a house in West London that was, as Armitage recalls, “looking a bit shabby.” With her children at school and some time

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