Mirela brings long working experience in the wool craftsmanship. Despite the fact that she practiced embroidery at a young age, she later inherited the skill of working with wool from her husband’s family. Today, she and her family bring to customers the art of making wool shoes and slippers.
Her family is involved in the processing of shajak, slippers and other handicraft products. This craftsmanship has been authentically heritage for six generations. The whole family realizes the handwork on designing the details of slippers, fez and other national items. Employing the art of embroidery, Mirela creates perfect combinations that bring contrasts between delicately crafted details and durability.