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African Folklore Embroidery's basic kits are suitable for beginners, adults and children eight years and older. They are a perfect arts and crafts activity for students in enrichment programs and youth groups.

Basic kits can be converted into purses, pillows or wall hanging with an African Folklore Embroidery converter kit.

Basic Kits are 12" and Super Kits are 17". Both are ideal for framing or converting into purses or pillows.


Safari through African Folklore Embroidery - Product Image

Safari through African Folklore Embroidery

This book is perfect for quilters, weavers, knitters and all who love beads, fabrics and fibers. Interweaving facts and interesting information about African wildlife and tribal arts with step by step instructions and creative embellishment ideas. This book takes the reader on a visual safari using the African Folklore Embroidery designs as the medium to explain and educate about wildlife and the art forms of the different tribes, such as basket weaving, doll making and beading and much more.

by Leora Raikin

86 Pages


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Fruit Basket - Product Image
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Fruit Basket

Size: 12" square""
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3 Ladies - Product Image
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3 Ladies

Size: 12" square""
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2 Girls and Hut - Product Image
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2 Girls and Hut

Size: 12" square
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Village - Product Image
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Village

Size: 12" square
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Christmas Tree

Size: 12" square
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Cupcakes - Product Image
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Cupcakes

Size: 12" square
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Circles of Triangles

This design is inspired by the Ndbele tribes tradition of use of circles, triangles, shapes and beads in their art work.

Size: 12" square

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Elephant Teapot

In the 1800s South Africa was a British colony. As a result many of the British traditions, such as tea drinking, were adopted by local South Africans. Today tea is an everyday, sometimes twice a day, ritual with tea being drunk in the mornings at eleven and in the afternoon at four. The teapot and teacup designs reflect the British influence on everyday South African life.

Size: 12" square

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Elephant Basket

Size: 12" square""
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Masquerade

Size: 12" square
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Set of Four Christmas Trees - Product Image
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Set of Four Christmas Trees

Size: 12" square
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