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This box is all about beautiful colours and embroidery. Think of all the varieties of toadstools and mushrooms you could find on nature walks!

 

The kit includes high-quality wool mix felt in 5 rich shades of light stone, sand, gold, crimson and natural, as well as 12 carefully chosen assorted DMC threads, an individually wrapped needle and of course a 19cm wooden hoop. The hoop is both a very useful support while working on your project and also a lovely frame for it.

 

This felt appliqué kit is all about layering colours, shapes and intricate embroidery patterns using coloured thread to form a lively framed picture.

 

This kit is suitable for beginners and more advanced crafters looking to develop their sewing skills as it includes a lot of accessible embroidery stitches and layering. Follow the suggested patterns or use your own ideas. This design could also be used as an appliqué motif on a cushion or bag and is very on-trend.

 

Full scale templates and instructions are very clear and we give you a stitch guide for extra support. Our top quality wool mix (45% wool, 55% viscose) felt is extremely soft, and lovely to use and its distinctive shades will bring all your projects to life delightfully.

Pick up some scissors and get started!

     

    Contents

    Extra clear instructions, full-scale templates and stitch guide
    Individually wrapped embroidery needle
    12 coordinated colours of DMC embroidery cotton
    4 pieces of wool mix felt (45% wool, 55% viscose) in light stone, sand, burnt orange, red and natural white
    19cm wooden hoop 

     

    Product Details

    Price is for one kit
    The finished item is approx 20 cm 
    Box size is 23 x 23 x 1.7 cm
    Intermediate level
    Contains a needle
    All our kits are made in Britain using recycled and recyclable materials where possible.

    Corinne Lapierre Toadstools Felt Applique Hoop Kit

    37,95AU$ Precio
    34,16AU$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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