Another addition to the fantastic range of Corinne Lapierre Hoop Kits, this utterly delightful project shows some of her favourite winter creatures having marvellous fun on the frozen lake. Whether they are twirling around on skates among the soft snowflakes or fishing for their supper under the pines, they are just having the best time.
Inspired by winter Scandinavian folk themes, Corinne’s choice of colours and patterns are always a delight and this new design is no exception. It will no doubt take its place alongside the top selling Christmas with the Mouse Family and Robin Hoops as seasonal favourites.
The kit contains everything needed for the project: soft wool mix felt (45% wool, 55% viscose), a 19cm wooden hoop, a needle and DMC thread. The clear illustrated colour instructions, full scale templates and stitch guide included make this kit suitable for crafters of all abilities. This handmade decoration will be cherished year after year, especially as it is so easy to display using the wooden hoop as a frame.
All kits come in distinctive folk printed recyclable box and are perfect for self-purchase or as an original and accessible present.
Pick up some scissors and get started!
Illustrated instructions, full-scale templates and stitch guide
Individually wrapped embroidery needle
12 coordinated colours of DMC embroidery cotton, 1.20m each
6 pieces of wool mix felt (45% wool, 55% viscose) in natural white, marl turquoise, red, marl soot, marl grey and marl moss
19cm wooden hoop
Price is for one Kit
The finished item is 20 cm
Box size 23 x 23 x 1.7cm
Contains a needle
All our kits are made in Britain using recycled and recyclable materials where we can
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