Sneak peek!

For November’s kit, we’ve a collaboration with a wonderful designer and maker for you!

With materials including these…

This is what you’ll be making…

It’s needle punching! This kit has everything you need to create a Nook of the North designed piece of wall art.

When I explored the idea of working with needle punching (it’s sooooo relaxing!), the first person I thought of to collaborate with was designer and jeweller Becca Hector Clarke of Nook of the North.

Becca’s stunning Mid-century inspired jewellery and textile art is really covetable – do have a look at her Instagram feed in all its loveliness! I’m delighted she had time to join us for this one – she’s much in demand and her work has also been featured at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, on Made.com and in Koele Magazine.

The kit itself has pale grey/lavender and mint wool, the needle-punching tool & wire, hoop, hessian, wool needle and template to complete the project – as well as full step-by-step photo instructions (and video tutorial if you prefer those) to walk you through.

If you’re tempted to join us for this month’s kit, read on…

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Orders for this kit will close on the 31 October 2018 in:

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November's kit will be shipped by Wednesday 14 November.

In a hurry? Buy one of our immediately available kits and we'll post out by the next working day.

Here’s what folk have said about us…

I couldn’t be happier with the February Craftiosity box as it was such a fun project, I have a great end product and the tools to use again. I think it’s a fantastic and unique subscription box that I know will be a hit with so many people! 9.2/10

Heather

All Subscription Boxes

It was such a treat! The kit came beautifully packaged, I was little daunted when I saw the instructions for stitching the book together but it was actually really well explained and if I’d got stuck I could have watched a video for extra help.

Leigh

Leigh Shepherd Designs

A lovely box was handed to me by my postie (it’s too large to fit through the letterbox) which got me really excited. There’s something lovely about creating with your hands and I enjoyed sitting and making the pots.

Jenny

The Gingerbread House

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