WovenandWool

Embroidery kits, tools and handmade accessories

Lafayette, Indiana
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Note from shop owner We're moving!

Our shop will be closed until the second week of October so we can set up our new shop.

If you need anything before we reopen please email us at wovenandwool [!at] gmail.com. We are checking our email every day.

You can also follow us on Instagram @wovenandwool for updates.

See you soon!

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Sep 15, 2022

We're moving!

Our shop will be closed until the second week of October so we can set up our new shop.

If you need anything before we reopen please email us at wovenandwool [!at] gmail.com. We are checking our email every day.

You can also follow us on Instagram @wovenandwool for updates.

See you soon!

Megan Campbell

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About WovenandWool

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The heart behind Woven and Wool

Growing up in the southern United States, Megan was taught the art of embroidery at a young age by her grandmothers. She continued learning about embroidery while receiving a bachelors degree in textile design. After years in the corporate world, Megan decided to start her own hand embroidery business to inspire others to slow down and create. She enjoys bringing a modern twist to her DIY Embroidery kits while keeping true to the classic stitches she’s grown to love. Woven and Wool has also added Megan's designs as laser-engraved accessories, such as keychains and ornaments.

All of the DIY kits are created with a beginner in mind. The stitches are simple and each kit comes with an illustrated guide to walk you through the project. These beginner kits come with all of the necessary supplies and instill a love of creating a work of art. The stitches included are simple but added together they can create a complex work of art. Embroidery kits work as an excellent form of self-care and encourage the artist to pause, clear their mind, and create.

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  • Megan Campbell

    Owner, Designer, Maker

    I've been an embroidery artist as long as I can remember. My grandmother's taught me how to stitch as a toddler and I've taken that passion through college and into owning my own small business. Check out my shop at wovenandwool.com!

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Last updated on May 11, 2022
Frequently asked questions
Do I need embroidery experience?

Not at all! Every kit is made with the beginner in mind so it could be your first project.

What supplies do I need in addition to an embroidery kit?

The only thing you need to provide is a pair of scissors. Every kit includes the embroidery floss and needle that you will need to complete the project. They also come with an illustrated guide to show you where to put the stitches!

Do you teach online classes?

I do! I can put together a small group class for you and a group of your friends. The class is free as long as 7 or more kits are purchased as part of a group. I also host classes online periodically. Check out my Instagram (@wovenandwool) for updates on upcoming classes.

Wholesale availability

I offer wholesale prices. Email me at wovenandwool@gmail.com for more details and so I can set up your custom listing.

What supplies do I need to complete a pdf project?

All supplies are available at your local craft store. Every pdf kit is also available as a DIY embroidery kit if you want me to send the supplies for you. The project will require an 8-inch embroidery hoop, fabric (I recommend quilter's cotton or aida cloth), needle, and embroidery floss. The kit comes with a list of the embroidery flosses used and how many skeins you will need.