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Embroider the World of Jane Austen

Embroider the World of Jane Austen
  • Author: Aimee Ray
  • Publisher: Thunder Bay Press
  • ISBN: 9781645174653
  • Page: 64
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A 64-page instruction book and full-color photos provide step-by-step directions. For fans of Bridgerton and other period dramas, Embroider the World of Jane Austen is the perfect gift to experience the regency era and learn a new craft.

Embroider a beautiful piece of home décor reminiscent of the Jane Austen era! Learn the traditional art of embroidery with this Jane Austen-themed kit. All the materials you'll need to make the two featured projects are included: 12 iron-on transfers, embroidery floss, 2 pieces of fabric, 2 pieces of calico backing, 2 needles, and a 6-inch bamboo hoop. A 64-page instruction book and full-color photos provide step-by-step directions. For fans of Bridgerton and other period dramas, Embroider the World of Jane Austen is the perfect gift to experience the regency era and learn a new craft.


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