Hanging Plant Embroidery Kit


This is a houseplant embroidery kit ideal for beginners wanting to learn a new creative hobby. It would also make a perfect gift for a house plant lover or a friend needing some calming me time.

In this kit you will learn 3 stitches: Satin, Straight and Back stitch.

You can also find more interior inspired kits in the collection.

What's included in this embroidery kit:

  • 1 x 10 cm in diameter wooden embroidery hoop made in the UK
  • The design is printed in colour onto organic 100% cotton; no tracing needed
  • Spare fabric and thread for you to have a practice if required
  • 6 x DMC threads to complete the project
  • 1 x Size 6 embroidery needle
  • Full colour instructions with diagrams and text descriptions
  • Wooden backing disc with a hole to finish the hoop and hang straight onto the wall
  • Access to the exclusive friendly Facebook community

All you will need is a pair of sharp scissors to complete this kit. Easy-peasy.

Why is embroidery good for your mental health?

Creating with your hands has been proven to reduce anxiety, stress and depression. Spending time away from a screen and reaching for a kit is a simple way to give yourself a natural mood boost.

This embroidery kit comes packaged in plastic free, recyclable materials making it so easy to give as a gift.

If you are sending as a gift, write your message in the special instructions box at the checkout and I would be happy to include a handwritten postcard.

Delivery is FREE when you spend £40 for all UK addresses.


Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews

I bought this as a gift for my creative sister-in- law and she loves it! Instructions are easy to follow and she loves the design. Would buy again!

Kay Quilter
Such a beautiful kit!

I LOVE my Go With The Sew embroidery kit! I bought the mega-cute hanging basket design and have really enjoyed learning the new stitches. The instructions are really straightforward so suitable for beginners too. The cover for the back is perfect for hanging the piece once it’s finished. Thanks Sarah!