Jessica Long Embroidery

Cozy Harvest Embroidery Kit

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This mini craft project stitches up quick and makes a great holiday gift! So grab a cup of tea, a warm blanket, and cozy up with this kit inspired by the colors of fall.

This is a beginner friendly project and includes access to an online video tutorial. This floral kit is packaged in a clear reusable bag so customers can easily see the quality of the art supplies before purchase.

The embroidery kit includes:
* Off-white fabric stamped with the design
* 4 inch beechwood hand embroidery hoop
* A floss card with 10 colors of DMC embroidery floss
* Embroidery needles
* The color printed embroidery instructions 
* A copy of the Beginner Guide The embroidery pattern includes written instructions and suggested stitch order, stitch and color keys, a color close up photo of the completed embroidery art and the link to the online video tutorial.

Wooden embroidery hoop, fabric, DMC floss, needle

Final Product:
Height: 4"
Width: 4"

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About Jessica Long Embroidery

Stitching entered my life after the birth of my son as I was looking for a way to slow down, connect with my hands and reduce anxiety. I had always found peace through art but I found that the slow, meditative and tactile experience of using needle and thread to create beauty was especially satisfying. Plus, tossing a hoop and thread in the diaper bag for some stitching at the park proved easier than packing an easel and oil paints.

My goal is for my students to find the same joy and relaxation that I find when I am creating art through hand embroidery. I also hope that they have a lot of fun!

In college I wanted to be a natural science illustrator. Ultimately, I began a more traditional career working in a biotech lab but my love of our natural world never faded. My doodles and paintings always heavily featured flora and fauna, and I never passed up an opportunity to visit a natural history museum or zoo.

Thanks to life’s many surprises I have become a full-time hand embroidery instructor and pattern designer. And now I can draw (and then stitch) all of my favorite creatures! So somehow my two loves have magically merged and so I delightfully present to you a library hand embroidery patterns inspired by our natural world.