Stitch-It Kit

Stitch It Kit The art of embroidering was thought to have been lost in the technological mire of today Imagine our surprise when we discovered a whole new generation of girls and boys has adopted embroidering as th

  • Title: Stitch-It Kit
  • Author: Jenny Hart
  • ISBN: 9780811843218
  • Page: 348
  • Format: Misc. Supplies
  • The art of embroidering was thought to have been lost in the technological mire of today Imagine our surprise when we discovered a whole new generation of girls and boys has adopted embroidering as their favorite hobby Whether you re a beginner or a veteran, the Stitch It Kit offers everything you need to start embroidering and it s easy Inside you ll find a fully ilThe art of embroidering was thought to have been lost in the technological mire of today Imagine our surprise when we discovered a whole new generation of girls and boys has adopted embroidering as their favorite hobby Whether you re a beginner or a veteran, the Stitch It Kit offers everything you need to start embroidering and it s easy Inside you ll find a fully illustrated book outlining the basic stitches and techniques, an embroidery hoop, two tea towels to get started on, seven skeins or colored floss, an embroidery needle, and 25 iron on patterns that range from pretty to punk Patterns include hula girls, guitars, French poodles, and Each pattern can be used up to nine times That s 315 chances to embellish your world Size 7 x 7 x 1.5

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    1. so far, so good. I've embroidered a strawberry on my plain jane apron and a cherry on a tea towel for a friend, and both look good to my untrained, un-crafty eye. in fact they look so good they garnered a "wow" from my otherwise difficult to impress husband. yay! ADDED: yep, this kit is great! I embroidered the tea towels that were in the kit as a gift for a friend for her housewarming. they turned out very cute--imperfect, but cute. I did one w/ cherries and one with a teacup. This is a great, [...]

    2. New hobby, maybe?The kit has a book of the bare-bones basics you need to get started, a needle/hoop/embroidery floss, and two tea towels you can go to town on, plus a bunch of iron-on patterns. For an absolute beginner it's perfect! A fair amount of the iron-ons aren't really to my taste (hula girls, tiki masks, poodles) but I'm guessing once you get into it most people sketch their own designs (or get other books).

    3. This is an amazing kit! Jenny Hart has a way of making embroidery "cool". Her patterns are fun and modern. This is the kit where I learned how to embroider. It is super easy to understand and the way she teaches is fun. Highly reccomended!

    4. As a first time emroiderer, I picked up this kit and loved it! It was easy to use and had easy to follow instructions. My only complaint was that the hoop fastener didn't tighten after much use, so I had to go and buy a new one.

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