Fabric Editions has more then just great fabric, they also have some of the cutest craft kits around! Many of them feature adorable animals. There are ornaments, bags, coin purses, pin cushions, pillows, faux taxidermy heads, and more!
The kit reviewed in this post was provided by Fabric Editions. All opinions are my own.
The other day I gave this felt ornament kit a go. I checked out the back of the box to see what I would need to grab from my stash to finish the little guy and was pleased to see everything was included with the exception of some fabric glue. Let’s be real, putting fabric glue in this kit would most likely double the price, so I can’t fault them for that!
The instructions were very clear and full of color pictures to help along the way. Stitches were explained and shown. All the materials were good quality, and there was plenty of thread and stuffing. The felt was thick and sturdy, which was nice to see.
Really the only tiny issue I ran into is that I think the pieces must be cut out with a machine and one of the eyes had a little brown on one bit of the cut edge (like the machine burnt it a bit). This was easily remedied by trimming a teeny bit to remove the brown, so it wasn’t even a problem!
My little owl ornament came out so cute! He’s going into my box of goodies for holiday gifts.
You can see all the awesomeness provided by Fabric Editions at their website HERE. They do not have an online store, but they do have a list on their site of where you can buy their products. That list includes pretty much every major craft store and more.
You can also order some of their kits from Amazon, HERE. If you want to see everything from Fabric Editions sold on Amazon, you can see that HERE. It’s pretty awesome. Fabric Editions has spectacular fabric, so if you aren’t looking for a kit, you should still give the Amazon page a look.
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