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All our sewing kits, bundles and offers! From sewing kits to appliqué scenes, you'll find a project you'll love.


Perfect for crafters of all abilities, these cross stitch kits contain everything you need to made a beautiful cross stitched picture mounted in a bamboo hoop.


All of The Crafty Kit Company's needle felting kits - proudly designed and made in Scotland!


All needle felting kit bundles and money saving offers.


About The Crafty Kit Company

At The Crafty Kit Company, we firmly believe that everyone can be creative and our kits are designed to empower you to improve your crafting skills and create finished objects you will be proud of.

Our fabulous and fun craft kits come complete with everything you need – all the essential tools and materials, plus full colour, step-by-step photographic instructions. Beautifully packaged, they make lovely gifts too. Our kits are all suitable for ‘beginners’ and ‘improvers’. Learn more about us here, and meet our team here!

Happy crafting!


As a company, we are always striving to make a positive contribution towards a more sustainable future, and to impact lives through inspiration, creativity and fun!

We’re very proud to produce our kits here in Scotland, providing jobs in our local area, and contributing to the local economy. Our needle felting kits all contain Corriedale wool fleece; a 100% natural material that is fully biodegradable with no plastic content; and are packaged in recyclable cardboard boxes. We're also a member of the Eco-Packaging Alliance, meaning that the packaging we use is helping to plant trees in areas of need!

In both 2020 and 2021 we were voted “Best Sustainable Craft Company” in the Craft Business Awards.

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Giving Back

At The Crafty Kit Company we’ve built a business with giving at its heart. We aim to be a 'Business for Good', and when you buy a craft kit from us, you’re making amazing things happen for the people and places that need it most, both at home and abroad.

We regularly donate to and fundraise for local charities, such as Edinburgh Headway Group, a charity supporting people with acquired brain injury, Edinburgh Dog & Cat Home, and The Scottish Seabird Centre

For every craft kit that we make, we also donate one ‘impact’ to charitable projects throughout the world, through our partnership with the non-profit social enterprise B1G1, such as providing clean drinking water to families in Malawi, or sight-saving vitamin supplements to children in northern Kenya. 

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Latest Videos

Make Felt Magnolia Flowers!

Make Felt Magnolia Flowers! A live workshop in which Jo shows us how to create a beautiful felt magnolia flower!

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Make a Felt Sunflower!

Make a Felt Sunflower! A live workshop in which Jo shows us how to create a beautiful felt sunflower!

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Make a Felt Poppy!

Make a Felt Poppy! A live workshop in which Jo shows us how to create a beautiful felt poppy!

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Blog posts

An interview with Sally Gouldstone

An interview with Sally Gouldstone As part of our series My life in crafts we’re interviewing friends of The Crafty Kit Company to learn more about their lives, and discover how they started their creative businesses. This week we’re speaking to Dr Sally Gouldstone, founder of East Lothian-based company Seilich Botanicals, who create sustainable natural skincare products using wildlife friendly botanicals, grown in their own wildflower meadow in Scotland. 

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How to Crochet an Amigurumi Bunny

How to Crochet an Amigurumi Bunny This Easter, why not get crafty by making your own beautiful crochet bunny? This sweet baby bunny is crocheted entirely using one kind of stitch - a type of crochet called ‘Amigurumi’, which is the Japanese name for cute, crocheted toys.

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What is Tartan? A Short History of Tartan

What is Tartan? A Short History of Tartan

Did you know that April 6th is Tartan Day? Marking the anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Arbroath, Tartan Day is a celebration of Scottish heritage. To mark the occasion, in this blog post we’re exploring the history of tartan from Roman Britain to the modern day!

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