Pioneer Woman Embroidery Kits
Maybe you’re looking for a new hobby, or maybe you’ve been working with fabric and floss for years. Either way, if you made it here, the need to unleash your creative side has definitely kicked in. Well, craft connoisseurs, this one’s for you! Ree has a new product you’ll definitely want to get your hands on (and needles).
Lest we keep you hanging by a thread over there: Pioneer Woman’s Embroidery Kits are now available at Walmart! And with embroidery floss, needlework and cross stitch kits to choose from, she definitely has all your embroidery needs covered. 😍
If you’re looking to add to your arts and crafts table, look no further than Ree’s 6 Strand Embroidery Floss Kits. Three different styles are waiting to join your collection: Breezy Blossoms, Heritage Floral and Vintage Floral. Each set comes with a beautifully decorated storage box and 36 individual floss spools pre-packaged with embroidery floss. Included in all of these fun and vibrant colors are shades that match the print on the lid of the storage box. So when you’re not in the mood to create something new, you can recreate Ree’s lovely signature designs.
You can also put your sewing skills to the test with the new Needlecraft Kits and Cross Stitch Kits. These wonderful arrangements include everything you need to create your own masterpiece: a needle, an embroidery hoop, fabric with a pre-made design, and a full set of pre-cut threads in a beautiful assortment of colors. Designs range from dainty flowers and quotes like “Kindness grows here” to cowboy boots and fun farm friends (including Charlie!). And with easy-to-follow instructions, beginners and experts alike can enjoy their DIY skills.
So, embroidery enthusiasts, now is the time to do yourself a favor and get yourself one of The Pioneer Woman’s new kits. You will fall in love from the first stitch. Plus, you’ll end up with a piece of art pretty enough to display in your own home, right next to your other Ree-approved decorations! 😉
Macie Reynolds is the associate e-commerce and SEO editor for The Pioneer Woman.