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Blog > Woollen blanket/throw with countryside flowers and a little sunbird

Woollen blanket/throw with countryside flowers and a little Sunbird -  page 142 

A Beautiful new kit for the new book: The Art of Felting and Silk Ribbon Embroidery
 *** Do you have the book?  You will need to follow the instructions on page 142 of the felting book. Read more about it here.

This is a really enjoyable project and you will learn how to make all kinds of wild flowers on a felted background. Flowers such as cosmos, buttercups, a daffodil,  lavender, forget-me-nots,  a spider's web, Corn poppies,  Michaelmas and Marguerite daisies, Wild dagga, ground covers, a little Sunbird and some butterflies...

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The extensive kit includes a beautiful woollen blanket/throw or shawl.... hand-felted wool, (170 cm x 90 cm) in natural cream with mohair yarn detail. Soft cotton backing fabric, 45 packets of silk ribbon (2, 4, 7 and 13mm), seed and bugle beads, 13 skeins of thread, woolly fibres for the sunbird, silk fibres, a block of felt for the stumpwork sunbird, the pattern, a water-soluble pen, plus 5 types of needles...

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I just love this blanket!


Ideal for the beginner but the more advanced embroiderer will have fun too!

Enjoy! PS. This kit would also make a lovely gift for someone special in your life  ~   *** If you would like to make your own felted blanket/throw and only need the other requirements in this kit, you are welcome to order this kit (without the felt) by emailing us at  Please mention that you would like to order Woollen blanket/throw with countryside flowers from the felting book.   
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