Hare Felt Craft Brooch Kit
Let your creativity shine bright with this beautiful felt craft kit, and make an embroidered brooch filled with fun and personality. Each kit comes with everything you need to make your very own unique hand-stitched Hare brooch.
Use the templates to cut out each piece, follow the colour diagrams to lay out your brooch and learn a selection of different embroidery stitches to bring it to life! The comprehensive instructions guide you every step of the way, including how to cut the felt, where to place each stitch and how to add the brooch back, and we’re even confident you’ll be able to create French knots!
If you’re feeling creative and know your way around a needle and thread, there’s also the flexibility to go your own way and create a truly unique finished piece by adding in other stitches or creating your own layout from the templates. Or why not skip adding the brooch back and turn your creation into a patch, fridge magnet or keyring?!
Each kit contains:
10cm square sheets of wool mix felt in a mix of colours
DMC embroidery thread in a variety of colours
Stitching and colour guides
‘Introduction to Felt Craft’ booklet
You will also need:
A pair of sharp scissors – take a look at our Fiskars RazorEdge for the perfect pair.
Tea and biscuits!
Box: 11cm x 11cm x 3.5cm
Finished brooch: 7cm in diameter
All orders are shipped in 1-2 working days from the UK.
UK orders may then take up to 7 working days to arrive after shipping (though it's normally 1-2 days!), and international up to 6 weeks.
NB. The customer is responsible for any and all taxes, customs fees and import duties if ordering from outside the UK. These will be issued by your local postal service and vary depending on your location. We are not responsible for any delays due to customs.
Shipping costs are as follows:
UK orders over £40 - FREE
UK Standard Shipping - £3.95
EU Tracked - £12.00
Rest of World Tracked - £12.00
I bought several of these kits and think they are a good way to get folk into crafting. The kit kept me busy for a couple of nights. The most difficult bit I found was the cutting out. When finished they are lovely and just right to brighten up a winter jumper.