Goldwork Lobster Brooch Deluxe Embroidery Kit

Hattie McGill Embroidery

£84.00 Delivery included

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    • Order placed
    • 25th July
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    • 31st July
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    • Standard delivery
    • 2nd - 5th August

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  • Made in UK

Learn the beautiful art of goldwork with the Lobster embroidery kit and learn how to make your very own brooch.

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Kit includes:

Goldwork Threads:
Rough Purl
Smooth Purl
Pearl Purl
Bright Check

Other Tools/Materials:
Goldwork scissors
Navy felt with printed lobster design
Navy felt for brooch backing
Red Felt with lobster Printed design
Red coloured cotton thread
Navy Blue coloured cotton thread
Wooden embroidery hoop
Soft String
Red felt with printed lobster design
Metallic Pen
Velvet board
Brooch Back
A 26 page colour instruction booklet

Velvet board colour will be assigned randomly.

Kit comes in a black gift box measuring: 23 x 16.5 x 3.5 cm
This is the deluxe embroidery kit so features literally everything you need to make your brooch. You can also purchase the standard kit which is exactly the same but minus the scissors and velvet board.


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Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 2nd - 5th August

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Hattie McGill in her studio with her dog

Hattie McGill Embroidery

Ayot St Lawrence, Hertfordshire

Based in a little studio in my cottage in Hertfordshire (often accompanied by my Border Terrier Rigby), I create intricate hand embroidered accessories and embroidery kits. Specialising in the interesting technique of Goldwork embroidery, I aim to make embroidery accessible to all by using traditional heirloom techniques for modern pieces. Having trained at the Royal School of Needlework, I have a deep passion for my craft, which began at the age of three, with a project for my Mother on Mother’s day. Since then, I’ve been hooked on embroidery. I currently split my time between my business and embroidery for costume in the film and TV industry.