This sew-your-own owl kit by Cynthia Treen Studio is designed for beginner adults and competent young stitchers, but will delight stitchers of all levels! Materials included are: wool and rayon felt, 100% wool stuffing, embroidery needle, thread, cotton pipe cleaners, directions and step-by-step instructions.
The finished Owl measures about 3 1/2-inches high and is not intended for children younger than 3.
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Cynthia Treen Studio strives to create products that you can feel good about (inside and out) by using local resources, recycled materials, and by making thoughtful green choices in the design, development, and production of their products. Their kits fit in the palm of your hand, have small carbon footprints, and utilize local resources. They are all EcoChic approved!
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