|Fun and quick to do, easy to learn and portable – this old technique of Russian punch needle is back in fashion. The embroidery is worked from the back in a series of small running stitches following patterns pre-marked on the fabric. The loop on the reverse made by the hollow punchneedle leaves a dense, plush finish.|
|Punchneedle Kits from Rachel’s of Greenfield|
These kits are an excellent starting point they include the fabric, DMC thread and full instructions to make these delightful punchneedle embroideries which make wonderful gifts when framed. We recommend fixing the stitching with Clover Glue. The special lip on the Susan Bates hoop holds the embroidery firmly, which is very important for punchneedle work.