Jing Li lives in St. Albert with her husband and two daughters, Ada and Eva. In fact, her daughters inspired her business name EVAADA. She began to design and hand make leather crafts as a hobby many years ago in a tiny home studio.
All of Jing Li’s items are hand cut, hand stitched, and edge burnished without chemicals. She likes to use a unique hand saddle stitch which provides a stronger and more durable construction than a sewing machine. Generally, the material she chooses is veg-tanned leather, because vegetable tanning is a natural process and eco-friendly. Often, weeks of patience are required to complete a new item, but she very much enjoys the entire process and hopes you will enjoy the finished product!