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Stained Glass Landscape- Intermediate DIY Embroidery Kit

Stained Glass Landscape- Intermediate DIY Embroidery Kit

Regular price $52.00 USD
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Inspired by stained glass and my love of landscapes, this landscape embroidery pattern is filled with a variety of basic embroidery stitches and bright colors. This is pattern is great for all skill levels and includes all materials needed to complete this project.

- KIT INCLUDES -
• Materials for one embroidery pattern design are included with each kit
• Cream cotton fabric
• 5 inch embroidery hoop
• Transfer pen
• Full skeins of DMC embroidery floss
• Needle
• Felt
• Sawtooth hanger hook
• Detailed directions on how to transfer, stitch pattern, and recommended stitches
• Directions on how to finish hoop back for display

REVIEWS:
"This beautiful design caught my eye on Instagram so when I saw I could learn to embroider + make it on my own, I was so excited!!!! The provided PDF has been a dream - from the supplies list to the really thorough instructions and plenty of photos provided. This is my very first attempt at embroidery and I’m definitely hooked!!! I also subscribed to the pattern of the month so I’m very excited for those as well! A+++++" -Alexa D.

"This was the first embroidery kit that I have ever finished. I'm very much a beginner at embroidery and the finished product came out beautiful. The patterns in this shop are some of the prettiest I've seen. I've definitely found a new hobby and have already purchased my next embroidery kit from this shop. Beautiful pattern and colors, very nice kit. Thanks for a great product!" -Sharon

"What great kit! This is my first time embroidering and I like that this came with everything I needed. There are detailed instructions on how to do each stitch. Very happy with this purchase!" -Leah

"My new obsession! This is a great kit. It teaches you a few different kinds of stitches and provides so many cool colors of floss (to use in your next project, of course). It's not a walk in the park, but totally doable and fun for those with a little comfort with crafting." -Alexandra
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