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A must for all those who love our colourful feathered friends, this kit makes 5 folk embroidered birds in luscious shades. They are ornately decorated with appliqué floral-inspired designs in contrasting colours and stitches.

 

This very versatile kit as the birds can be hung from a mobile, as a garland or individually dotted around the house to bring nature and colour indoors. The birds could even be filled with dried Lavender and made into deliciously fragrant decorations.

 

We only use the best, softest, easiest-to-use wool-mix felt (45% wool, 55% viscose) in distinctive shades that are often hard to find elsewhere and bring your projects to life like no other. We suggest examples of embroidery but you can of course make them as simple or ornate as you like.

 

Our kits appeal to crafters of all abilities, including those just starting out, and anyone looking for an imaginative gift. However, you could double the happiness by making the decorations yourself and giving them as a present in our signature reusable box. 

 

Pick up some scissors and get started!

 

Contents

5 pieces of wool mix felt in marl turquoise, burnt orange, crimson, dusty pink, marl moss
Full-scale template, illustrated instructions and a stitch guide
12 coordinated DMC threads, 1.20m of each colour
Individually wrapped embroidery needle
15g toy filling
Natural woven ribbon

 

Product Details

The price is for one kit
The finished birds are approx. 10 cm excluding the hanging loop
Box size  22 x 16 x 6 cm 
Contains a needle
Beginner level
All our kits are made in Britain using recycled and recyclable materials where we can

Our felt craft kits are presented in our distinctive folk-printed craft boxes. They are recyclable, reusable, and fully compostable packaging.

 

Corinne Lapierre Felt Folk Birds Craft Kit

33,95AU$ Precio
30,56AU$Precio de oferta
  • Back in 2002, Corrine left a career in fashion design to look after her three young children. After a few years at home, Corinne was really missing being creative and learnt millinery (hat making). This is how she discovered felt and it was love at first sight! The more Corinne learnt about this amazing material and its versatility, the more she felt inspired.

    In 2009, she started to exhibit at craft fairs to sell her felted goods. At Christmas time, she decided to make a little kit for people to make felt gingerbread men. It was an instant hit! This is when Corinne realised people where keen to learn and make so in 2010, the business was born!

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