Mountmellick Whitework Embroidery Kit
Mountmellick whitework embroidery originated in Mountmellick in Ireland. It is a beautiful textural raised technique, designed to be used and washed over and over again. Suitable for beginners. Your finished embroidery can be made into a lovely cushion, or bag (instructions not included) - a talking point whenever it's seen! All my kits are packaged using recyclable and/or biodegradable materials.
What's included in the price?
This pretty rose kit comprises a 33cm x 33cm square of white cotton satin jean fabric, the traditional Mountmellick threads in three thicknesses, a hand transferred design, full instructions with stitch guide, diagram and photos, and a chenille needle. All kept tidy in a neat little box. The finished embroidery measures 14cm high by 11.5cm wide.
What you will need
Scissors Hoop/frame optional.
Liz Tapper graduated from the Royal School of Needlework's apprenticeship in 1998. She now teaches a wide variety of hand embroidery techniques, designs her own range of embroidery kits, accepts commissions and gives talks around the country.
- Wheelchair users
- Hearing impaired
- Suitable for beginners
- Intermediate level