More 60s style, courtesy of Jonathan Adler, this time with his Peace and Love coaster set.
Part of his range that's available through Supernice, each set includes four coasters with a different bright sixties style design. They're hand-made using needlepoint and and backed with velvet to complete the luxurious feel. Attractive and unusual, they'll add the perfect touch of Pop and peace to a table.
Not cheap though. A set of the coasters costs £38.
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The cushion features a depiction of a classic 70s car – not your usual illustration however, as this one has been hand-created, using needlepoint. The touch of luxury is added with the pure feather inner pad and the velvet back to the cushion.
And, yes, also a luxurious price. This cushion costs £139.
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Long gone are the days when craft sets focused on reproducing only twee images of kittens or flowers. There's an increasing range of kits featuring more contemporary designs that you might actually want to have in your home when finished, such as this VW camper van needlepoint kit.
You'll probably recognise the illustration as one of Pearl & Earl's, now recreated in wool, complete with a colourful stripy background. The kit contains everything you'll need to recreate it: 10hpi (holes per inch) canvas, which is great for beginners, wool, needles and chart and, probably most importantly, instructions.
The kit uses high quality materials which is reflected in the price of £60.
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Regular readers of the site will be aware that we are massive fans of Charley Harper's mid-century designs. Those who are gifted with a needle may be interested to hear that some of his best loved prints are available as needlepoint designs.
Treglowan design produce the hand painted canvases, it's then up to the embroiderer to select the threads to match and interpret the pattern. Pictured is Flamingo Row which costs $70, but the prices vary from $50 up to $350: definitely not one for beginners.
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