Kit

Jarrah & Grass Blue Butterfly - i114 Kit

by Denise Mackey

Beautiful stumpwork study of the life-cycle of a butterfly on eucalypt stems.

$154.00

Description

Eucalyptus Marginata, commonly known as jarrah, is a West Australian tree best known for its deep red, insect-resistant wood that has been used for flooring and furniture making for centuries.

A member of the myrtle family, it produces conical, coral buds that open to white flowers consisting of hundreds of pollen-tipped stamens.

This magnificent stumpwork study captures the beauty of this plant, complete with the eggs, pupa, caterpillar and adult form of the grass blue butterfly.

Contents

All our kits include premium quality materials with everything sourced, inspected and cut to measure to enable your project to be as beautiful as the original featured in the magazine or book.

'Jarrah & Grass Blue Butterfly - i114 Kit' includes the following contents:

  • Fabrics (unprinted)
  • Felt
  • Snakeskin
  • Fusible webbing
  • Wire
  • Post-it-Note
  • Paper
  • Sewing thread
  • Embroidery threads
  • Beads
  • Needles

Instructions Purchased Separately

The instructions for this product are available within 'Inspirations Issue 114' and are not included with this product.

Purchase 'Inspirations Issue 114' →

Shipping Time

Please allow 7-14 days for orders placed within Australia and 3-4 weeks for international deliveries. Orders containing a backorder item will be sent as soon as the backorder item is in stock.

Additional Information

  • Product Type
  • Designer
    Denise Mackey
  • Technique
    Stumpwork
  • Project Type
    Framed Embroidery
  • Publication
    Inspirations
  • Issue Number
    114
  • Finished Project Measures
    11cm x 16.5cm wide (4 3/8" x 6 1/2")

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$154.00
Regular price
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