A NEW Silk Ribbon Embroidery KIT from Di van Niekerk
Honeysuckle Cottage – Silk Ribbon Embroidery KIT from Di van Niekerk
The colours and textures in this piece are spectacular and make this a special project, you are sure to enjoy each minute that you spend on it.
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This lovely, large-size Silk Ribbon Embroidery pattern/design/panel design — printed onto pure cotton cloth — is ready to embroider with threads and silk ribbon and it includes the instructions, detailed colour pictures, and everything else you need to embroider a masterpiece!
The artwork is printed, in full colour, onto a large 100% cotton cloth — big enough to fit in your hoop or frame. The original watercolour by (C) Rose Eddington is licensed to Di van Niekerk courtesy of Gray Moon Creative Co. Embroidered by Emma Kriegler of Still Bay, South Africa.
Size of design: A3: 41 x 29,7cm (16.14 inches x 11.7 inches)
What the kit contains:
|The kit contains|
|The beautiful design, printed in full colour, onto heirloom quality cotton fabric. Ready to stitch.|
|The cotton fabric is large enough to fit an 18-inch hoop or larger frame.|
|Instruction sheets (4 x A3 sheets) written by Emma Kriegler and includes the stitch galleries|
|Detailed (actual size) colour pictures to guide you well|
|1 packet of 2mm|
|25 packets of 4mm|
|9 packets of 7mm|
|1 packet of 32mm|
|Total of 36 Packets of silk ribbons|
|12 Skeins of Chameleon Threads|
|7 skeins Maxi Mouline thread|
|1 Skein DMC Variations thread|
|Total of 20 skeins of thread|
|Wools and Fibres|
|a packet with 8 different types of wool and fibres|
|Beads – tiny seed beads|
|Backing – Cotton Voile backing 60 x 60 cm (23.62 x 23.62 inches)|
|Needles 2 packs of John James needles|
More images to inspire you.
The lovely thatch roof. If you don’t feel like making it, you can leave the roof unstitched. Remember the helpful thing about this panel is that it is printed in full colour onto heirloom-quality cloth, and you can embroider as little or as much detail as you like, depending on the time that you have at your disposal.
More close-up detail…
Don’t you love the Poppies?
I just love the colours.
and the texture.
Have fun! We would so love to see your creation.