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Whether you are a beginner wanting to dip your toes into the world of embroidery, or a more advancer stitcher looking for a new project, learn a how to use simple hand embroidery stitches to create this beautiful Sea Hollies Embroidery Kit by Beaks and Bobbins.


Use stranded cottons and hand dyed ‘Stef Francis’ silks to stitch the delicate Achilleas, and learn how to add delicate clusters of sequins and beads to create the Sea Holly heads.


The kits are designed to give you a relaxing stitching experience where you can enjoy some ‘me time’ and lose yourself in the process- with the bonus of having something beautiful at the end of the it, which you can continue to enjoy. The design is pre-printed onto the fabric so there is no need for tracing, and everything you need is included leaving you all set to get stitching!



•    Pre-printed 100% organic cotton fabric. The printed area measures approx. 16x16cm (6.3x6.3”)

•    100% cotton calico backing fabric

•    Anchor threads

•    Gold Madeira thread

•    Beading thread

•    Stef Francis hand-dyed variegated silk

•    2 x John James needles: 1 x embroidery and 1 x beading

•    Beads

•    Sequins

•    Instructions and Stitch Glossary

•    Optional: A 9” wooden embroidery hoop


You will need:

•    Scissors



The instruction booklet includes full written instructions as well as clear labelled diagrams showing where the different stitches are used. There is also an illustrated Stitch Glossary and advice on how to stretch your work ready for framing.



As well as being a lovely treat for yourself these kits also make a great gift for a loved one or friend. If you need it in a hurry we will do our best to help and also offer the option of a gift message and/or wrapping if wished.

Sea Hollies Embroidery Kit by Beaks and Bobbins

  •  Beaks and Bobbins is a family business based in North Yorkshire.

    They create original illustrative embroideries using layered collages of torn and cut fabrics which are then stitched into using stranded cottons, silks, and textured yarns.

    They started by using the embroideries as designs to print greeting cards and fabric. However, after feedback from their customers wanting to stitch the designs themselves, they started to develop a steadily increasing range of kits.

    Their designs are inspired by nature and they endeavour to do as much as we can to protect it by using organic fabrics.

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