Cynthia Treen has a way with anything involving a needle and thread. She designed these sweet characters and then….created a full kit so you can do it yourself.

A few of you may have seen this post a while back, in which, deep in the pocket of an old handbag, I found Cynthia’s card last month, saved from years ago after purchasing a gorgeous skirt she sold to me at a RISD craft fair. I don’t throw words like kismet around often, but clearly she was meant for Clementine. I’m thrilled to highlight her work at this Friday’s Middlebury Arts Walk!

We have the entire line of her kits at Clementine and a few of her kits listed online. This is the perfect project for a rainy day or gift for a craft lover. Step-by-step instructions guide you through cutting, stitching and assembling. In a short time, you will have made a new friend!

1 year ago | 1 note.
Was contacted by the lovely, fabric whispering Cynthia Treen to sell her sweet felt animal kits @clementinestore. Then, this weekend I discovered her business card in a long forgotten bag. I had saved her card after buying a beautiful skirt from her over 6 years ago at a RISD alum show. Isn’t it wonderful when worlds re-collide?
See her kits soon at Clementine and in issue no.7 of Anthology Magazine!
(Taken with Instagram at Clementine)

Was contacted by the lovely, fabric whispering Cynthia Treen to sell her sweet felt animal kits @clementinestore. Then, this weekend I discovered her business card in a long forgotten bag. I had saved her card after buying a beautiful skirt from her over 6 years ago at a RISD alum show. Isn’t it wonderful when worlds re-collide?

See her kits soon at Clementine and in issue no.7 of Anthology Magazine!

(Taken with Instagram at Clementine)

1 year ago