Hmong Embroidery DIY Kit Coin Purse

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$30.00$35.00

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Description

What better way to appreciate a craft than to give it a try? Are you ready for our very first DIY kit/online class? We are offering a workshop that requires very little equipment; is accessible to beginners and explores a fascinating culture: Hmong embroidery. Each kit includes all the material you need to complete your project, an e-booklet and an online self-paced class.

We designed this DIY Kit with lots of options for you to choose from. Not only do you have four different styles and sizes of bags but you also have different patterns with different colors. Coin purse, pouch, folding clutch or tote bag, which one do you fancy? Natural hemp or indigo dyed lanten cotton, you have the choice… How about the pattern? Would you like a more pink, blue or orange one?  Watch a preview and order yours NOW!

  • Material: Cotton or Hemp
  • Care Instructions: Hand wash in cool water, use mild soap
  • Dimensions: 13 cm x 13 cm

Additional information

WeightN/A
Color

Blue, Orange, Pink

Material

Cotton, Hemp

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