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Union Jack canvas cushion

Add a dash of comfort and style to a room with this bold, eye catching Union Jack canvas cushion. Great for a splash of contemporary design you can sit back, relax and enjoy all at the same time.


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Following the runaway success of Sew!, Cath Kidston has turned her unique designer's eye to Stitch! Reinventing the arts of needlepoint and cross stitch for today's craft enthusiast, Cath has injected her own distinctive style of cheery, heartwarming, homemaking prints into these traditional crafts. Her popular blossom rose floral design in needlepoint creates the most fabulous clutch bag - not a million miles away from those seen on the catwalk this season - whilst her seventies inspired pop floral print makes a funky needlepoint cushion that wouldn't look out of place in any teenager's bedroom. There are plenty of quick, accessible and achievable projects throughout the book. In many projects to complement the stitched pieces, Cath has injected one of her trademark prints - for example, her polka dot and floral reworking of the needlepoint Union Jack is made up into a cushion using her iconic red dot cotton duck fabric for a backing. This book also includes an exclusive giveaway kit: a fabulous stitching project for a zip-up purse. With over 20 charted designs to make up in either needlepoint or cross stitch, and over 40 finished projects that incorporate those designs into a variety of stylish items, Stitch! is guaranteed to have Cath fans and craft lovers everywhere stocking up on tapestry yarns and embroidery silks ready to get stitching.

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