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Let's Go - Personalised Embroidery Hoop Art - yellow & green - large 10" hoop

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Two characters on a Vespa, with suitcase and chickens in tow, appliqued and embroidered onto natural linen with the words 'let's go'. Made from a mix of vintage and new fabrics.

It is inspired by the streets of Ho Chi Minh City where two wheels truly rule. Laden with more than most of us can fit in a car, they swerve their way around the city carrying entire families, dozens of chickens, large pieces of furniture, you name it!

The embroidery is done using a basic sewing machine fitted with an embroidery foot to 'draw' freehand straight onto the fabric with black thread.

--- Dimensions ---

Mounted on a 10"/26cm embroidery hoop (made in Britain) - see last photo for hoop size comparison. Ready to hang.

--- Personalisation ---

You can choose to personalise this hoop with your own words/names (up to 4), to replace 'let's go', and/or a message embroidered on the back (up to 9 words).

Simply select your choice above, and if personalised, leave me your words in 'note for ThreeRedApples' at checkout.

Made to order. Estimated time to dispatch: 3-4 working days.

❀ Free UK delivery on all orders!
❀ Low fixed price worldwide shipping*
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Europe: £2.50 (€3.50 approx)
Rest of the world: £4.00 ($6.50 USD approx)

(*excluding canvases)

Let's Go - Personalised Embroidery Hoop Art - yellow & green - large 10" hoop


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wooden hoop, vintage and new fabrics, thread
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United Kingdom
  • Feedback: 254 reviews
  • Favorited by: 1727 people