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A little About Me and Kaniki's

My Name is Niki, I own and run Kaniki's We are Located just outside the city of Norwich, New York, on a gorgeous 10 acre plot of land, in a wonderful home, ...

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Folk Art Farm & Chickens- Punch Needle

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(10) Name: 'Embroidery : Folk Art Farm & Chickens- Punch Needle
Folk Art Farm & Chickens- Punch Needle Folk Art Farm & Chickens Punch

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic Punch Needle & Sewing Skills

Pattern Description:

Another new and fun pattern for the year, my Folk Art Farm & Chickens- Punch Needle Pattern Packet.. Had so much fun using Weeks Dye Works threads on this piece, and then finishing it off onto an old up-cycled item.

Choose your own colors, and punch the design, then follow along with my directions for a complete project. This Pattern Is For The Instant Download Product. See my other listing for the mailed version.

Pattern includes a full color photo on the front, general instructions on transferring your pattern to your punching cloth, and a color suggestion list in the directions. I've also included a basic supply list of things you will need and optional items to 'finish" your punch needle. Additional images are provided for reference, including the original digital painting I did- that inspired this piece....

Please respect my copyrights. You may make as many of these as you would like for personal use, fun or for profit, but may not reproduce this pattern or sell it in any way shape or form. No sharing allowed either.

Please do let me know if you have any questions at all, I'm always here to help...

I hope you enjoy the first of many in my new line of patterns.



  • Embroidery Threads of Choice, Weavers Cloth, Hoop or Gripper Frame, Punch Needle

You Will Also Need:

  • Optional Trim or Embellishments, Needle & Thread, Item to mount your finished punch on.