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Hollyhock

Hollyhock

£95.00Price

The hand embroidery cushion decorated with handembroidered hollyhoks. The cushion made 100% cotton canvas. The embroidery was made with green,purple,pink and burgundy cotton embroidery thread. The cushion dimensions are 49x49cm, 19.5”x19.5”. The cushion cover has envelope closure and the filling is pure duck feather.

  • Return & Exchanges

    I gladly accept returns and cancellations. Contact me within: 3 days of delivery tarjanmoni@gmail.com

    Dispatch items back within: 14 days of delivery. Request a cancellation within: 3 hours of purchase

    I don't accept exchanges. But please contact me if you have any problems with your order. Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:  personalised.

    Buyers are responsible for return postage costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.

  • Shipping Info

     

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     UK

    £3.00

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    France £8.00 5 day(s)

     Germany

    £8.00

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    Rest of the Europa £8.00 5 day(s)

    USA and Canada

    £10.00

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    Far East / Australia-NZ

    £10.00

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    Rest of the World

    £10.00

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  • Story

    When I make textiles embroidery on the selected material, first I  draw the pattern which  have designed on the fabric with a pen what can be removed by ironing later. I use embroidery hoop to tighten the fabric which I am working on. After selecting the embroidery threads, which are always made of natural materials  I use different stitch patterns to restore the atmosphere I dreamed of  In my design. I like to use traditional stitch patterns which  has evolved over the centuries in folk art. I had the opportunity to spend a week in the North Pennines where I visited the Weardale Museum to learn more on the “Friends and Stitches” group. They made five large panels of embroidery that make up Weardale Tapestry which now hangs in the Weardale Museum at Ireshopeburn. The tapestry  is rich in historical detail, yet concise and accessible with colourful vignettes from the tapestry to illustrate different parts of the story. In these works, we can also find the embroidered weave  such as the French knot  which we can depict the moss or the heavy stitch  which we can be used for  the stems of flowers. I use these and many other stitches in my work, it takes weeks to make a textile, in which I make hundreds, sometimes thousands, of stitches.

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