Fly Agaric & Ferns

Hand-Stitched Embroidery
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A hand stitched embroidery featuring the Amanita mascara, also known as the Fly agaric mushroom. This beautiful and vibrant embroidery piece showcases this well-known mushroom in a woodland setting, complete with the feathery fern fronds.

I've hand stitched this woodland design on black fabric to make the colours really pop!

Finished on the back with wool felt, the embroidery has been framed and is ready to hang. The finished embroidery measures 12cm (diameter), and the outer frame edge measures 13cm (diameter).

See the 'more details' section below for more information about this stunning little mushroom.

More Details

Amanita mascara, also known as the Fly agaric mushroom. With a rich historical background and the subject of much folklore, it is one of the most recognisable mushrooms in the woodland.

Used in rituals, used as insecticide and legend has it that Viking warriors ingested the mushroom before battle to inhibit fear! How likely that is, I don't know, but it is a toxic hallucinogen for don't eat any!

Typically found in woodlands underneath birch, pine and oak trees, its appearance is straight out of a fairytale. Easy to spot with its cap that turns from white to orange and red as it matures, dotted with distinctive white spots.

Key Features

Hand stitched (by me in The Netherlands).
Framed and ready to hang.


Inner frame: 12cm diameter.
Outer frame: 13 cm diameter.

Packaging and products that are kind to the environment.


All of the mailing boxes we use can be re-used or recycled.

Tissue paper and stickers can either be recycled or even composted. The tissue paper is logo free so feel free to re-use it for another gift.

Glassine bags can be re-used.

Embroidery & Art

The items we make are intended to last a long time, so that you can enjoy them for many years.

All pictures are mounted on cotton rag paper, and our instruction booklets are made from combinations of recycled materials, FSC certified paper, or by-products of other processes.

Gift Wrap & Fabric

Gift wrap paper is printed on recycled paper using vegetable oils. Ribbon is washable and re-usable.

The fabric bags are either made from leftover fabric from other projects or printed to order using water-based inks.