Subtitle Create Beautiful Art Inspired by America's National Parks – Includes: 6-inch Bamboo Embroider Hoop, 8 Skeins of Embroidery Floss, 2 Pieces of Cotton Fabric, 2 Iron-heat Transfer Sheets, 2 Embroidery Needles, Instruction Book

Ken Jones
Price $22.99 / £16.99
Description Description Stitch your way across the USA with 10 embroidery patterns featuring the most popular national parks and the materials to make any 2 of the projects.

National Parks Embroidery kit brings home the majesty of our national parks. America is brimming with natural wonders, diverse wildlife, and historic treasures. This collection contains original embroidery patterns, an introduction to each park, and instructions on embroidery techniques. Included with the kit are materials to make any 2 of the 10 projects in the book:
  • 6-inch bamboo embroidery hoop
  • 8 skeins of 6-strand DMC embroidery floss 
  • 2 pieces of cotton fabric
  • 2 iron heat transfer sheets
  • 2 embroidery needles on a card
  • 40-page instruction and pattern book

The patterns range in skill level, from easy to advanced, and include these scenes from the national parks:
  • Delicate Arch at Arches (easy)
  • Iconic cacti at Saguaro (easy)
  • Old Faithful at Yellowstone (easy)
  • The Colorado River running through the Grand Canyon (medium)
  • The misty mountains of Great Smoky Mountains (medium)
  • The namesake trees of Joshua Tree (medium)
  • The General Sherman Tree at Sequoia (medium)
  • Tunnel View at Yosemite (medium)
  • Bass Harbor Head Light Station at Acadia (advanced)
  • Saint Mary Lake in Glacier (advanced)

The finished projects make perfect gifts to commemorate your favorite vacations (or think about your bucket list); they can also be used to personalize household items like tea towels or pillowcases.

Take in the splendor of America’s national parks as you commemorate them in needlecraft.
Format Kit 40 Pages
ISBN 9780785844143
Size10.00 in x 9.00 in / 254.00 mm x 228.60 mm
Published Date May 28th, 2024
Ken Jones
Meet Ken Jones Jr. Originally hailing from a quaint town in Texas, Ken's journey has taken him to the charming streets of Easton, Pennsylvania, where he lives with his husband, three cats, and the Basset hound, Bruno.  Alongside his husband, Ken has co-created 'Mercantile Home,' a creative lifestyle brand that embodies sustainability and handcrafted elegance, offering an array of handmade goods that turn any house into a home. Ken's passion for crafting began in childhood and blossomed through his studies in art and music at the prestigious Interlochen Arts Academy, followed by a deep dive into art history at Brown University. His talents have adorned both colossal brands and countless MamMaw kitchen’s across the globe, showcasing his versatility and love for art and craft in all forms.
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