This handmade needle book will organize and hold your pins and needles. It fastens closed so you will be able to toss it into your purse or a project bag. Perfect for traveling!
Each needlebook is unique and completely handmade. The photos make the stitches look huge, but remember the size of my needlebooks. What you see are extreme close-ups so you will be able to see all they have to offer, from the fabric to the ribbons and snaps, to the size of the heavy felt pages (many of them wool felt).
The book cover is made from a small piece of damask with a bit of a flower pattern showing. It is a solid dark wine color, with a bright purple satin ribbon to tie it closed. The same ribbon is used for the "hinges". It is lined with 100% cotton in a pale wedgewood blue with 2 pages of white acrylic felt for needles and pins. It is puffy padded so the book cover lining can also be used for pins.
Size: 2-1/2" square when closed.
Inventory Number: MN -011
Note: Needles and pins not included.
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We guarantee our products for normal wear and tear. If something breaks, contact us immediately. We do not guarantee against stupidity. If you do something dumb, you're on your own. Any other time, we are ready to work with you on a replacement.
Cocobolo is now on the restricted woods list. It was one of the woods we loved the most, but we will not be able to buy it anymore. Unless we already have it, we won't be offering it. Please keep this in mind while shopping elsewhere, too. Responsible craftsmen will not offer a restricted wood item unless they already have that wood in stock. Ask your craftsman when they bought the wood and be a responsible world citizen. Over-harvesting results in the loss forever - wood, fish, birds, just to name a few things.