The Lord's Prayer Embroidery - Matthew 6:9-13
A stitched traditional version of the Lord's Prayer.
This listing is for an embroidered traditional version of the Lord's Prayer (from Matthew 6:9-13). It has been made by free motion embroidering the words into a thick off white piece of 100% wool fabric in grey thread. The technique uses a sewing machine and I move the fabric around by hand to write in thread therefore each one will be slightly different from the next.
Please note these are no longer available with a black frame, they can come with a brass or silver one. I will update the photos as soon as I can,
It comes in a hanging silver or brass glass floating frame which measures 10 x 8 inches (25.5 x 20.5 cm), the embroidery measures 7.5 x 9.5 inches (24 x 19cm). It can either be hung or will lean against the wall if you wanted to pop it on a shelf.
It will arrive via first class post in protective packaging and will require signing for.
Thank you, love Jane x
Meet the Maker
Spreading love, kindness and positivity one stitch at a time.
Hi - 25/11/2020
Due to the unprecedented number of orders I have received over the platforms I sell on I am now closed for orders for 2020. I will be taking a break after Christmas and reopening on the 1st Feb 2021.
I'm Jane, the face behind Jane Kent Studio. I am on a mission to spread kindness and positivity and I am a firm believer that kindness makes the world go round.
I am very lucky to have a studio at home in rural Staffordshire where I live with my family and very lazy dog called Pringle. This allows me to work around family life and still run a business that I love.
I have always been creative and after graduating with an art degree I spent many years working within mental health settings providing therapeutic and creative activities, this time has definitely inspired my current work.
The majority of my work is produced by free hand embroidery, a technique where you use a sewing machine to write with thread, it is done completely by hand as you move the fabric around to write with the needle. This means each piece you buy is completely unique.