Make your own beautiful hand embroidered Women in Stem art with this Marie Curie embroidery kit. Just add a hoop to the pre-printed cotton-linen blend and start stitching right away!
Marie Sklodwoska Curie was a Polish- French chemist and physicist who conducted pioneering research on radioactivity. She was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, the first and only woman to win twice, and the only person to win a Nobel Prize in two different sciences. She was the first woman to become a professor at the University of Paris, and paved the way for women to be recognized for their contributions to science.
About the Artist:
Charlotte Tarlitz is an LA-based illustrator who has worked professionally for over a decade creating and directing art for video games and media on web and social platforms; as well as illustrating books, freelancing and drawing for merchandise design. Her clients have included Disney, Mattel, Hasbro, Spinmaster, Activision, Sanrio and Hard Rock Cafe. When not drawing, Charlotte can be found collecting keys, covering her apartment in plants, playing Warcraft and hanging out with her goldfish, Poppy. Find her at www.charshiedraws.com
About the Kit:
Use the included detailed stitch guide, or stitch how you like, either way, you’ll have a beautiful piece of embroidery celebrating Women in Stem. Your completed kit can be hung in a hoop or put into a frame, for an amazing piece to hang on your wall. Either the kit or the finished piece make a wonderful gift to give to others!
The kit includes all the materials except a hoop — plus detailed stitch guide. This kit contains a sharp needle so adult supervision is required if children are completing the kit.
What’s included in your kit:
• Pre-printed cotton-linen blend fabric with Marie Curie pattern
• DMC stranded cotton thread in 11 colors
• Embroidery needle
• Illustrated stitch guide and instructions
• Printed card pattern
You will also need:
• A pair of small scissors or thread snips
• A needlework hoop (8” or 6” recommended)
• Finished design: 6.5” x 6”
PROFITS TOWARDS WOMEN IN STEM CHARITY
A portion of our profits are donated to support a Women in STEM organization: Association for Women in Science (https://www.awis.org/)