Here at Paraffle we want to bring embroidery to as many people as possible.

We keep three blogs updated:

👩‍🏫 One for the basics.

🎬One for the stitches.

💡And one for inspiration.

Deer Tote Bag Kit

 

Learn embroidery and stitch something useful with this paisley style Deer Tote Kit.

This kit teaches basic embroidery stitches such as Stem Stitch, Satin Stitch, and French Knots - as well as giving a great introduction to needle painting techniques (which create the colour gradient on the antlers!).

Sammy's Note: This stag is the first pattern that I designed myself (although the first version was a lot rougher!). I originally stitched it into a hoop, but absolutely love how it looks on a tote bag - it's always a good one to show off while I'm out and about!

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    1. Our kits are as eco-friendly as possible: the tote bags are pre-made and Earth Positive® (organic and GOTS certified), with sustainable packaging, and recycled postal mailers.
    2. All Paraffle kits are handmade in Scotland, in our Edinburgh studio - buying from us means supporting a small, female founded business.
    3. All of our kits - from super simple to intermediate - include a detailed booklet, with lots of photos to teach you each stitch. If videos are more your style, there’s video tutorials covering every stitch you’ll need in our ‘Stitches’ blog.
    4. The kit includes a high quality reference photo of the finished design, and an easy to follow key showing you which stitches and colours to use.
    5. Each kit includes a quality 8 inch wooden hoop and plenty of DMC thread (so don’t worry if you make a mistake or want to practice first!).
    6. Our kits come with a pre-printed pattern to stick onto your fabric. It’s water-soluble, so you simply stitch over it, then wash it away (don’t worry, the threads are coloursafe!). Our patterns aren’t printed directly onto the fabric - we’ve done our research, and haven’t found any fabric printers that can tell us exactly where their fabric comes from and how it’s made. That’s important to us - so we found another way!
    7. Embroidery is a helpful tool for encouraging mindfulness and giving you some extra head space. Our kits aim to gently teach you lifelong skills and get your creative juices flowing (even if you’re not a ‘crafty’ person!).
    8. We’re a carbon neutral business, and donate at least 10% of our profits to charity through dedicated charity designs.

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