A fabulous pure wool knitting kit with materials and equipment to make three charming knitted sunflower brooches.
This beautiful knitted sunflower kit was commissioned by The National Gallery and has been featured in 'Let's Knit' Magazine.
It is the ideal contemporary knitting project and contains everything you need to make three delightful knitted sunflower corsagse in pure DK weight wool.
This kit is suitable for anyone with basic knitting skills who can cast on and off, increase, decrease, and read a simple pattern. It also requires some hand sewing.
Your kit will arrive packaged in a hand printed, recycled card, box; making it the perfect choice for the crafter who cares about style and sustainability.
These beautiful sunflowers can be enjoyed in so many different ways. Worn individually as brooches they make stunning statement jewellery. Grouped together they create a head turning accessory and they are guaranteed to update and brighten up whatever they adorn.
Don’t worry if you can’t knit though as we also offer a making service. We have a team of fantastic knitters in the UK who can’t wait to make your sunflowers for you. 'Ready made' sunflowers are unboxed and priced individually. Please note the 'ready - made' price is for one knitted sunflower and allow an additional 14 days for this service.
Our knitted sunflower kits contain everything you need to complete this lovely floral project. This includes a ball of beautiful DK merino in sunshine yellow, and a smaller ball of British wool in dark brown (for the centres), a pair of 3.5mm bamboo knitting needles, polyester filling for the sunflower centres, brooch pin backs, a sewing needle and full making instructions.
All our knitting kits are packaged in card boxes, made with recycled materials, and printed by hand in the UK.
To keep your knitted flowers looking bright and cheerful you may give them the occassional steam back into shape.
Please note that this kit is not suitable for young children as it contains a needle and some brooch pins.
This kit is contained in a box measuring: 24 x 13 x 5.5cms and weighing approximately 170 gms.
Each finished sunflower brooch will measure approximately 13 x 13 cm and uses around 15 grams of yarn.