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Discover effortless crafting with our Creative Kit Classes. We provide artist-designed, step-by-step instructions and all the necessary supplies in one box, so you can focus on making and achieve success effortlessly.

Creative Kit Classes

The Supplies

We're committed to ensuring your success!

Often the difference between a frustrating experience and a rewarding one is the quality of materials that are used. With that in mind, we have carefully curated each kit with only the tools and supplies that we enjoy using ourselves.

Everything is done for you so you don't have to worry about buying the wrong

things or not finding what you need.

More Kits From
Our Favorite Makers

Needle Felting

Craft stunning wool creations effortlessly using premium wool, supplies and step by step instructions. Perfect for beginners as well as experienced needle felters.

Embroidery

Drop Cloth
Embroidery Kits

Dropcloth Samplers is a line of hand-drawn embroidery samplers, printed and ready for you to jump in and start stitching right away.  Each pattern is hand drawn by Rebecca Ringquist in her Portland, Oregon studio, and printed for you to embroider with your own color and thread choices. 

Hook, Line & Tinker
Embroidery Kits

Founded by embroidery artist Laurie Dolhan in 2017, Hook, Line & Tinker embraces creative imperfection and the pure joy of making. We are a busy small-batch, craft production studio designing and selling fabulous, modern embroidery kits.

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Candle Making 

Learn the art of candle-making and develop creative skills. These kits provide step-by-step instructions and materials for beginners to get started and enjoy the therapeutic and creative aspects of candle crafting. 

S
Slow stitching is a mindful and meditative form of hand sewing that prioritizes the process over the outcome. It emphasizes taking one's time to stitch deliberately and thoughtfully, often incorporating visible stitches as an integral part of the design. This practice encourages relaxation, creativity, and a deeper connection with the textile and thread used in the sewing process.

Slow Stitching

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