If you enjoy textiles and sewing, this kit is a great way to start some summer sewing. Nestled in the depths of Jesmond Dene is an old ruined mill house and water wheel. This kit features an image of those ruins when they stood as a working mill. The image is from a vintage postcard and is printed onto inkjet cotton so it can be incorporated in to a stitched collage. Kits are supplied with all the materials you need to make a landscape textile collage, include printed instructions and a link to an accompanying YouTube video, in which I guide you through the practical and creative steps to making your own landscape textile art. Simply add pins, scissors a needle and have an iron nearby.
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The pack contains, linen, bump, bondaweb, a postcard sized printed image (printed onto inkjet cotton) of the mill at Jesmond Dene and a selection of landscape coloured fabric strips to be cut and collaged, as demonstrated in the accompanying “how-to” video. The pack also contains a selection 6 stranded embroidery threads, white machine thread and a couple of buttons for decoration or embellishment. I use a lot of reclaimed fabrics so some fabrics may vary to those photographed, but be assured you will still
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