Phalaenopsis (Moth Orchid)
This kit features a 16" x 16" design on a 20" x 20" canvas. The Phalaenopsis (Moth Orchid) kit comes with a chart card, printed canvas measuring 10 holes per inch, needles and Elizabeth Bradley Tapestry Wool.
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Featured Finished Cushions shown on Black and Cream Backgrounds.
I love sewing Elizabeth Bradley kits. After completing 2 carpets I am sticking with cushions. This is the second orchid. The new printing on canvas is excellent. I can work without the colour chart beside me as it is so accurate. The quality is terrific. During the past few years of covid the beautiful kits have kept me going. Fantastic service and advice. This orchid is a lovely colour and I look forward to its completion.
I ordered from New Zealand, I was a bit nervous about my order arriving safely at my rural address. EB provided a tracking number and I was able to track its journey from the UK to NZ. Great Kit, gorgeous packaging ( would make a beautiful gift for a discerning stitcher) I love the full size colour chart that is included, and the printing on the canvas is perfect and easy to follow with the colour code card with swatches of each yarn colour. I would not hesitate to order again.
This is one of the best Elizabeth Bradley floral designs I’ve done and I’ve done about a dozen in the past. I think the colors on the flower heads are designed so beautifully that they really pop against any color background you choose. I’m using Duck Egg blue in the background this time.
Finished pillow is as beautiful as the dozen other Elizabeth Bradley’s pillows
I chose to do both my orchid pillows, this one the Phalaenopsis as well as the Odontoglossum, with black backgrounds. The beautiful pink and white flowers contrast crisply, making a stunning presentation. I haven't decided on the backgrounds for the cymbidium and tiger orchids yet, but am leaning toward the duck egg blue as I think the backgrounds for both pairs should be compatible. I especially appreciate the quality of the Elizabeth Bradley designs.