Bags, Boxes & More
Gift BagsThese pieces are terrific fun to make, and the result will give you a bag to contain a gift for a friend or loved one - or to keep yourself! The kits contain everything you need to make the piece, and when you have worked the stitched design the instructions tell you how to stick the pieces together using a glue stick or liquid glue. The kits contain 14-count perforated paper, lining paper and ribbon, thread, needle, thread card, tissue paper, chart and full instructions.
Small Gift BoxesThe Small Gift Boxes are ideal projects if you want a fairly speedy result. When complete, you can give it to a friend or loved one or keep it yourself. The kits all contain perforated paper, backing card, thread, needle, thread card, tissue paper, chart and full instructions.
TriosThese packs are intended to make a gift very special, containing gift boxes and labels in the same design as the greetings card. Each kit contains three separate pieces of perforated paper, with backing paper for the card, and thin cardboard to line the box and gift label. There is also ribbon to complete the label and tissue paper to wrap the gift in the box, plus threads, needle, thread card, envelope, charts and full instructions.
Bookworms Inc.These charming bookmarks could be a simple first project if you want to give stitching on perforated paper a try. The kits contain perforated paper, backing card, threads, needle, chart and full instructions.
Exploding Boxes!These perforated paper gift boxes are very enjoyable to make. They are worked on 14-count perforated paper, and stand 6 cms high. When the lid is removed, the sides fall open to reveal ... whatever you like! The colourful design is worked around the box sides and lid. Tissue paper is included to wrap your chosen gift, and complete the special box. The kits contain a sheet of perforated paper, backing card, DMC thread, ribbon, tissue paper, needle, chart and full instructions.
Fun and GamesA kit that is fun to stitch, and provides a game when complete.
This is the first kit in a new series aimed at providing pleasure for the stitcher, and pleasure for others once the work is complete. If you want to pass on your skills it is possible to use this kit to help others pick up the rudiments of cross stitching. Children could work their own counters - changing the colours from those shown on the chart if necessary - or stitch a chosen snake, or help complete one of the green squares.
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