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No. 108

Stitch your own fantasy palace designed by Victoria Laine. A combination of counted thread stitches are used with Gumnut Yarns stranded silk 'STARS, along with others. Blackwork and gold thread embroidery stitches are also used to create any girls' dream.

No. 101

'The Superb Lyrebird is indigenous to Australia and is known for it's excellent mimicry skills and ornate tail.' Designed by Anna Scott, it is worked in a combination of surface embroidery, needlelace and stumpwork using a combination of threads including Gumnut Yarns stranded silk 'STARS'.

No. 91

This beautiful dogwood design is by Marg Light. Worked in Gumnut Yarns fine wool 'DAISIES' on linen twill, this graceful garland illustrates each phase of growth from the opening bud to the formation of the richly coloured seed pods. Perfect as a framed piece, this delightful design would also make a superb cushion or a wonderful motif for a blanket or throw. .

No. 84

'This wonderful raised embroidery designed by Jan Kerton explores each element of the dandelion plant..... to create lifelike leaves, flowers and seed heads. Threads used mostly are Gumnut Yarns silk/wool 'POPPIES' and stranded silk 'STARS'.

No. 82

'Step into this whimsical garden designed and stitched by Taetia McEwen using Gumnut Yarns stranded silk 'STARS' and perlé silk 'BUDS'.

No. 78

The popular climbing plant - the clematis, known for it's elegant purple/blue flowers is the subject of Alison Cole's design. The main threads used for this stumpwork embroidery are Gumnut Yarns stranded silk 'STARS'.

Image reproduced courtesy of Country Bumpkin

No. 76

'The superb fairy-wren, or blue wren as it is more commonly known, is the subject of this superb lifelike study' by Bev Tully.

'A cosy nest has two hungry chicks, their tiny beaks open in anticipation of the coming meal' from their parents. Stitched onto linen blend fabric, the main threads used are Gumnuts Yarns stranded silk 'STARS' and perlé silk 'BUDS'.

Image reproduced courtesy of Bev Tully

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