7 product(s) found for "Tapestry Kit"
Fair Isle Spectacle Case
Fair Isle is a tiny jewel of an island south of Shetland and north of the Orkney Isles. It is famous for its knitwear in which patterns are created using multiple colours. This spectacle case has been designed on the same principles. The design is replicated on the reverse. When completed using Appletons...
Puffins Spectacle Case
Puffins are colourful pint-sized seabirds that can be found around the British coastline over the summer months and are an example of the great variety of birdlife found in our islands. Here they have been turned into a practical and beautiful spectacle case, designed by Cleopatra s Needle; the design...
Oscar Wilde was renowned for his wit and charisma, but also for the scandal he caused in late Victorian England. Still adored today and quoted extensively, his image has been stunningly created by Emily Peacock. When completed using Appletons tapestry wool, the finished piece measures 30cm x 34cm and...
The Scottish Thistle is the perfect national flower, beautiful, fierce and robust. This beaufiful piece is designed by Fiona Wemyss. We d like to think our doorstop is beautiful and robust but perhaps not so fierce! Once stitched a standard sized brick is used to give the product weight. When completed...
This modernist author had a huge impact on feminist writing in the 20th century and is an iconic part of British literary history. Emily Peacock has designed a uniquely fresh approach to her portrait. When finished, it can be framed or turned into a cushion. When completed using Appletons tapestry wool,...
The greatest of British playwrights is depicted here in a modern and attractive fashion. The piece, desgined by Emily Peacock can be simply framed and hung as a portrait or turned into a fabulous cushion. When completed using Appletons tapestry wool, the embroidery design measures 30cm x 34cm.
Michaelmas, a celebration at the start of the farming year in September, has long been marked by the eating of a goose. In a twist on this traditional image, Jay Hooper of Dizzy and Creative has designed a glorious brightly coloured goose, stitched onto a linen fabric using a variety of embroidery stitches....