• Twisted Knickers

  • Knot your thread, not your knickers.

Twisted Knickers

Knot your thread, not your knickers.

Wool applique Craft Kits

Kits for Beginners and Kits for People that can cut a perfect circle.

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Tin Punch Kits

Learn the art of Tin Punch

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Tea Towels

Inspired by Life On An Island & The Funny Things We Say

100% cotton tea towels are machine embroidered and appliqued. They might be the gift or decoration you're looking for, discover your favorite design today.

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Bunny Hug Blankets

Sweet dreams with a cuddly blanket, perfect for the car seat or stroller.

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A squishy soft toy that fits easily in a child's hand. Made from fleece and machine washable.

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Mobiles made from wool felt balls and little creatures.

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Finished Craft

Lovingly hand made decor for your home.

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Framed Tin Punch

copper punched

Requests & Questions ?

contact arlene

OMG! this kit has been put together with great care, I never did any sewing project by hand and it looks easy! (did machine sewing). The packaging is beautiful with easy to read instructions. Thank you!


This little guy is 100% adorable! Details were hand stitched....it was great!!!


Instructions for this project were well done....love my finished product!


Love the kit and quality of wool felt.... finishing up one I already bought and excited to start this one very glad I found twisted knickers and love the name.... very fun... thanks

Terri Novak

I absolutely, love, love, love this pattern and I can't wait to get started. You are a very clever lady.
Lots of crafty love.

Sonia x


Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada

Open by chance or appointment only, please call 902 439 0885

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Twisted Knickers acknowledges that the land on which it operates is the traditional unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq. Twisted Knickers respects the history, spirituality, and culture of the Mi’kmaq people who have lived on Epekwitk for over 15,000 years.