As well as the needles and pins, I have now added a selection of embroidery and cross stitch kits to this clearance page.
These kits have been in storage for a while so packaging may be damaged. These kits have been discounted by 50-60% and you can still get free postage if you spend over £15.00. This can be a mixture of beads and embroidery.
We use Royal Mail 1st Class when we can, and Hermes for larger parcels, so please make sure to place your order by Thursday 19th December so that we can process it on Friday and get it on its way to your before Christmas.
PLEASE NOTE that we cannot guarantee delivery before Christmas, so please ring us if you want to upgrade to a guaranteed delivery service.
Our Delica bead numbers are the same as those used by Miyuki, and have had HD in front, but this is now changing to simplify your use of the search function on the website .
Over the coming days, we will be changing all the description codes to the same DB prefix that Miyuki use. This will be done as quickly as possible to minimise confusion. Please note that to avoid waste, pack labels will only be changed when we need to re-print them, so if you order DB001, the label on the pack you receive may still say HD001.
This is my first 3D Pod pattern and is a fantastic design by Cheryl Hamilton who has kindly given me permission to use it. The pattern is available to download and there is a printed version too. This great design is also available as a kit and although stocks are very limited at the moment, I have got beads on their way to make up more! The kit comes complete with instructions, bead map, working chart, needle, thread, all the Delica beads needed, the little bell and wadding.
Our bead groups wanted a new project for Christmas, so I designed this Snowfall Bauble. It is available as a pattern to download or you can ask for a printed copy. Fits a 6cm bauble but can be altered.
Festive Tea Lights 2 is my latest design for Halloween and is available as a pattern for £9.95 or full kit for £22.50. The kit does not include an LED tea light. Patterns are available to download or you can request a printed copy (normal postage charges apply).
The main tea light cover is the same design as Festive Tea Lights 1, so if you already have this, then you can buy the Add-on pattern that just explains how to make the spider and web.
Everyone had a great time at the free workshop yesterday (at Haydock Park Bead Festival) making little acorn charms and a big thank you to Liz, Lisa, Lynda and Janice for giving their precious time to help out. The pattern is now available at www.halfpenneys.co.uk. Download the pattern for free, or get a printed copy for a small charge. You will find it under the Free Stuff section of Patterns and Guides or just search for acorn.