June 12, 2019
I’m excited to share that my punch needle bunny pattern and kit are now available in the shop! Perfect for beginners, this bunny is super-simple to make and gives you the opportunity to practice making flat stitches, loop stitches (for that sweet, fluffy-bunny face) and adding small details like the nose, cheeks and eyes. This bunny looks adorable in a nursery or kid’s room, and makes a thoughtful gift for a crafty new mom.
The 15-page PDF pattern includes step-by-step written instructions and photos for completing your bunny, plus pattern templates for use with a square or round frame. I’ve also included a section on where to buy supplies to help you get started. Shop the PDF pattern here.
Since I know how time-consuming gathering supplies can be, I’ve also created punch needle kits with everything you need to make your own bunny wall art. The kit includes an Oxford punch needle, stretcher bar frame, roving yarn, plus beads, floss and a sewing needle to make your bunny’s eyes. You’ll also receive PDF copies of my ebook Drawing with Yarn: A Beginner’s Guide to Punch Needle and instructions for completing your bunny. Shop the punch needle bunny kit here.
Looking for more information on punch needle embroidery? Check out these blog posts on my favourite resources for beginners and punch needle FAQs.
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January 13, 2020
January 09, 2020
To kick off 2020, I’m sharing my punch needle evergreen pattern with you! When you're done stitching your tree you can turn it into a stuffy like I did, or fill in the background and turn it into a wall-hanging. This beginner pattern is great for using up yarn scraps, and is a fun addition to your winter decor now that the holidays are over.
November 24, 2019
Back in August, an editor at the U.K. magazine Mollie Makes emailed me to ask if I would be interested in designing and making a trio of punch needle animal stuffies for their December 2019 cover. I’ll admit I was intimidated- the deadline was tight considering my kids were still home with me for summer break, and I had more than a bit of performance anxiety (what if they’re just “meh” about the final product?).