Needle Threaders are the handiest of stitching tools, assisting with even the most daunting strands of wool. Quickly get back to your stitching and never worry about a split strand again with this invaluable device at your side.
Keeping up with needles can be quite a task. Adding a high-strength Elizabeth Bradley Magnet to your kit bag or canvas helps to keep a needle available from start to finish - no searching required. These magnets are so strong you won't be surprised when they grab your scissors along for the ride.
Having extra needles on hand is crucial as well; no stitcher should ever be without a spare. Our 10-pack of Size 20 Tapestry Needles are an absolute kit bag necessity.
A Wool Card Ring is a practical tool that keeps your wool cards and hanks (or both) neat and kept. It’s smaller than an acrylic wool organizer so it’s perfect to bring along during travel.
Finally, an Accessory Bag is the best storage solution to keep all of these stitching essentials protected and organized for every project you complete. This bag is the perfect size for holding everything you need to make stitching an Elizabeth Bradley kit an experience to remember.
I have been stitching your tapestries for over fifty years – with gaps in between since I have lived in many countries. I am now retired and have several finished tapestries waiting to be made up, mostly into cushions. I never had the lovely cords to finish any of them off properly, I am just working on Cyclamen on a black background and would love to do the cording when it is finished. Do you supply the cording or do you recommend another company who still stock it ??
I look forward to hearing from you and have really enjoyed looking at the new designs you have – very tempting !!
Love the tapestry flower cushion designs, but would love to see a range of birds, ducks British animals etc.
I received my cushions yesterday and I couldn’t be more delighted. Now I must get on stitching my Alister Parrot.
Please could you consider some abstract designs.
Yours Viva Lloyd
I’ve been stitching Elizabeth Bradley tapestries since 1989. One thing I would love to see is a series of animals, fox, deer, badger, stoat, otter, this sort of thing, all in a separate tapestry.
Just an idea!
Very best wishes from