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Mild Animals

Mild Animals
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Noble ElephantContented CatMidnight HareMild Animals
Our price: £23.00
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Mild Animals are a collection of small cushions worked in my hand dyed vintage blanket fabric. An addition to the sofa, or a little pal to cuddle perhaps.

Each piece of blanket is dyed separately so there are variations in shade as well as minor blemishes in the original blanket which may show up as darker areas. These are to be celebrated - the blankets have had a life!

The kits all contain pieces of blanket for front and back, a tissue paper design, needle and threads. There is a simple stitches guide card as well as detailed guidance on how to transfer the design and create your cushion. The kits do not contain stuffing.

Contented Cat - this sleeping ginger friend comes with gingery orange blanket and two shades of cotton perle thread and measures approx 28cm x 16cm

Noble Elephant - the proud fellow is made with mottled grey blanket, dark blue and variegated cotton perle thread and measures approx 26cm x 24cm

Midnight Hare - the silent hare sprinkled with stars is in mid/dark blue blanket with white cotton perle thread and measures approx 20cm x 28cm

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