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This is the place to visit for a little ribbon inspiration.  We aim to share ideas and tips for using ribbons and buttons in your crafting.  All our new and exciting ribbons, kits and goodies will be shown here first.  We will keep you up to date with what is happening with the Crafty Ribbons Team!  Don't miss out - check back regularly for all the latest news.


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Hello wednesday - work in progress

ws walled garden hollyhocks

Morning everyone thought I would share some of work in progress today.
I know I have been rather quiet on here this year, but I have been doing lots of different things.
Sadly the blog has suffered, something had to – sorry.

This is one of the different projects I have been working on recently, as you can see it is definitely WIP!

Just two of my hollyhocks made from silk ribbon.

ws walled garden hollyhocks

Here are some French Knots I was working on last night, hence the darkness of the picture!

ws walled garden french knots

Do you want to see the whole picture?

ws walled garden

This is called Walled Garden and is one of 4 designs I have created for Ribbon Embroidery.

Each panel is printed onto 100% cotton with enough room around the design for you to attach to an embroidery frame.

There are no instructions, stitch guide or colour picture.
Just use your imagination to create a ribbon embroidery masterpiece.
Use the fabric to inspire you.
Embroider as much detail as you want, add threads, beads and enjoy.

Designed by and Exclusive to Crafty Ribbons

printed fabric panels for ribbon embroidery

You can find the printed fabric panels here
They will only stay on the website until Monday next week. 
We only have limited stock and we will be taking them to France for the Metz and Paris exhibitions.

If you fancy embroidering one (they really are fun) then be quick!

Enjoy

free postage £15

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