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The Sew Heart Felt collection of handmade felt decorative accessories for the home comprises charming animal characters, in the form of beautiful ornaments and wall mounted pieces, including animal heads. Designed in England by Sonia Spencer, Sew Heart Felt products are made by women across the world, using local traditional crafts passed down through generations and also using organic fibres and Eco-friendly pigments wherever possible.
The Sew Heart Felt collection has been awarded 'Gift of the Year' for the Eco-friendly Award several times, so these items would make ideal gifts for the environmentally conscious. Uplifting and cheerful designs, these animal heads and ornaments are sure to make people smile, children and adults alike.
Highlights of the Sew Heart Felt animal heads range are Odette the Swan Princess, Alice the Flamingo and Jazzy the Sheep, each of which would be a lovely addition to any nursery, playroom or children's bedroom wall.
Two collections of exquisitely detailed felt ornaments have recently been introduced; the Sheep from Woolacombe and the Mice from Mousehole are wonderful for collectors and perfect stocking fillers or small gifts any time of year.
At Hurn and Hurn we offer the most sought-after Sew Heart Felt designs and the pick of the latest releases. Discover these beautiful felt creations today. If you like these, you might also be interested in Fiona Walker England's felt animal heads and decorative accessories.
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