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"Carnation" This timeless needlepoint cushion based on an Ottoman-inspired motif is one of our more popular designs.

Biomorphic Carnation- White: Taken from traditional Moorish tile patterns, this elegant design combines nature and geometry in a low-key but striking motif. Also available in red on white.

Biomorphic Carnation- White: Taken from traditional Moorish tile patterns, this elegant design combines nature and geometry in a low-key but striking motif.

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"Artichoke" Nature's abundance captured in classic style, by painter Celia Hegedus a handsome tapestry kit that suits all kinds of settings.

Beetroot Needle Point Kit by Fine Cell Work

"Beetroot" Nature's abundance captured in classic style, by painter Celia Hegedus a handsome tapestry kit that suits all kinds of settings.

"De Morgan Hares" These boxing hares, based on William De Morgan’s tiles are a timeless classic.

hare needlepoint cushion from Fine Cell Work- I like the beige/white background with the strong black in the foreground

SKYLINE WITH DOUBLE X STITCH Cushion by Fine Cell Work.     These are done by prisoners as a job. Many people have commissioned them to make these needlepoint artworks for hotels and  as public wall hung art.

SKYLINE WITH DOUBLE X STITCH Cushion by Fine Cell Work. These are done by prisoners as a job. Many people have commissioned them to make these needlepoint artworks for hotels and as public wall hung art.

Who doesn't like cupcakes! This delightful cushion will brighten up any room! Yum!

Who doesn't like cupcakes! This delightful cushion will brighten up any room!

Pentreath & Hall and Fine Cell Work are proud to present their striking collection of needlework cushions. Encompassing Ben Pentreath & Bridie Hall’s shared love of colour and pattern, the dynamic results fuse traditional needlework techniques with graphic, contemporary designs to timeless effect. The  ‘Falling Cubes’ design is based on stone floor and marble patterns by the great 18th century designer Batty Langley.

Pentreath & Hall and Fine Cell Work are proud to present their striking collection of needlework cushions. Encompassing Ben Pentreath & Bridie Hall’s shared love of colour and pattern, the dynamic results fuse traditional needlework techniques with graphic, contemporary designs to timeless effect. The ‘Falling Cubes’ design is based on stone floor and marble patterns by the great 18th century designer Batty Langley.

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