Make your own forget-me-not hanging heart with this hand embroidery kit. Made from high quality 100% wool felt and finished with natural linen ribbon. The heart will make a lovely decoration for your home or to give as a gift.
The forget-me-not collection is inspired by my late Grandmother, Camille, whom I sadly lost to dementia. There are five forget-me-not designs within the collection: Camille, Rosita, Mary, Beatrice and Philomena. Camille is my Grandmother’s first name, Rosita and Mary are her middle names. Beatrice is named after my great-Grandmother and Philomena is named after my great-great-Grandmother.
This listing is for the Camille heart which is made up of a pretty forget-me-not and daisy embroidery design. The stitches included in the Camille heart are back stitch, French knot, lazy daisy stitch and blanket stitch.
The kit includes a project workbook with a step-by-step photo guide in hand embroidering and making the hanging heart, a hand embroidery stitch guide and a thread colour and stitch guide. This is a suitable project for beginners and experienced stitchers.
The hand embroidery kits are plastic-free and the packaging box and paper used are made from 100% recycled paper.
The finished heart measures 14cm x 16cm
- X2 17.5cm x 18cm squares of 100% wool felt, with hand screen printed design
- DMC stranded cotton thread
- Linen ribbon
- Project booklet
- John James hand embroidery needle
You will need:
- * Scissors
- * Toy/cushion filling
The kit will be packaged in tissue paper and a padded envelope. It will be sent via Royal Mail 1st class post. Please note colours on your screen may vary slightly to the item you receive.
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This hand embroidery kit and pattern has been designed by Hannah Burbury and is for personal use only.
Do not distribute or resell the pattern or any work made from this design.
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© 2019 Hannah Burbury