These beautiful gold plated stork scissors would make trimming embroidery threads and snipping yarn the ultimate pleasure. Made in Germany to last a lifetime. They will take pride of place in your sewing kit.
Wow! If they gave prizes out for the most beautiful sewing machine, this one would win. What a joy to see a vintage machine so faithfully restored. Custom made, these machines come fully re-wired and painted in the colour of your choice. A real heirloom piece. They ship worldwide so if you are in the market for a special machine, look no further!
Keep your needles elegantly stashed is these art deco inspired metal needle tins. These Needle Cases make a great gift for your favorite stitcher and are a perfect addition to your own needlecraft toolbox. There are 3 designs to choose from.
Sure a piece of cardboard with holes punched in it would do the same job, but this elegant swan would make organising your embroidery threads a real treat. It also includes a magnet to mind your needle.
Win a $200 Etsy Gift Card – GIVEAWAY CLOSED
Thanks to the lovely folks at Etsy, I have a $200 gift card to giveaway to one lucky My Poppet MAKES reader.
All you have to do is pop over to Etsy and tell me in a comment below (on this post), which luxury crafting tools you’d love to treat yourself to. If there was ever a time to splurge on a $150 pair of gold plated scissors, it’s when there is a $200 gift card burning a hole in your pocket. Am I right?
Good Luck and Happy Shopping!
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The winner will be the entry deemed most creative by the judges. Entries open until 5pm Fri 20th Sept, 2019. Winner will be announced in the comments below and contacted via entering email address. To claim the prize, the winner must reply to the winner notification and accept the prize within 72 hours of receiving the winner’s notification or risk forfeiting prize. Winner will be issued a promotion code to redeem gift card online. Prize is a $200 AUS Etsy Gift Card.
I thought I might have a go at writing an easy pattern before I tackle writing the crochet pattern for this bunting. I’ve never been able to follow coded pattens very well (I prefer pictorial ones) so when I totally messed up one I was following for a flower, I just made up an easier version myself. I hope it’s…