Embroidery/Applique Kit- Flowers Make Me Happy

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Description

UK Postage Only An applique/embroidery kit which makes up into an A3 picture. This kit features two jugs on a liberty lawn tablecloth and is ideal for the keen hand stitcher. The blue flowers are accompanied with a few green ferns and stare at the pink blooms opposite. They sit happily together with a cheeky seed head in the middle. Why not? This little project will keep your fingers busy and your mind focussed. We all need that at the moment don’t we?! Please note that that the silk fabric for the grey jug on the right is variegated on the picture. In some kits the silk may be all pale grey, or all darker grey or graduated as seen in the picture. This kit does not include a frame. All materials come wrapped in tissue paper in an A4 craft postage box.

What's included in the price?

The kit includes beautiful sturdy but soft background fabric that is nice and soft to stitch into. The comprehensive illustrated stitch guide is easy to follow and all you have to do is transfer the design. There are A4 and an A3 templates to follow, DMC threads and two needles. Postage and packing in UK only and is included in the price.

What you will need

Scissors, a frixion (transfer) pen if you have one, and an iron.

Duration

Maker

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Tigley Textiles

with Craft Courses since 2016

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Julie Brand is a designer and tutor of hand embroidery and machine embroidery based near Pershore in Worcester. She stitches with dyed lace and vintage fabrics, floral patterns and quirky prints. Most of her materials are pre loved, recycled and given a new lease of life. Julie runs creative textile workshops from her beautiful garden studio which is full of inspiration. You will take away a beautifully stitched and finished piece that you will cherish forever.

Suitable for

  • Adults
  • Seniors
  • Teenagers
  • Wheelchair users
  • Hearing impaired
  • Limited mobility
  • Intermediate level
  • Advanced/pro level
  • Suitable for beginners
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