Show off your extensive world travels with this original ‘Stitch where you’ve been’ passport cover in classic brown leather.
The genuine brown leather passport cover is printed with the world map and specially perforated, so each country visited can be marked with a threaded cross. This beautiful brown passport cover comes with a ‘travel’ needle and emerald thread included, ready to be cross-stitched with global travels.
As the initial colour in the Chasing Threads range, the brown passport cover is the quintessential travel accessory staple, with our contemporary stitchable twist. The subdued emerald thread tones in wonderfully with the natural classic brown leather to make a subtle record of your memories, whilst protecting your passport inside.
It is very easy to stitch for total beginners (yes even your Uncle David), and is an ideal gift for the well-seasoned traveller, making a unique conversation starter in the business lounge.
With gold embossed logo on the back and ‘Sew your own way’ and ‘Travel On’ debossed on the inside cover- it is a lovely quality travel accessory, and you can't go wrong with classic brown!
The Stitch Passport Cover is made from real soft leather to age beautifully as it travels with you. A great gift for the discerning flight-taker, to become a lifelong record of their journeys taken.
Packaged in a lovely recycled card gift box with all the information, needle & thread to get started, it is instantly giftable. We've even wrapped the emerald thread around our signature aeroplane thread board to create the most unique DIY kit for travel lovers.
Brown comes with emerald thread & needle, but for more thread colour options you can add on the Rainbow Threads or Electric Threads for a bundle of 7 extra thread skeins.
Tip: Divide the thread and stitch with only 2 strands for a finer design, and for easier stitching.
Please note that as leather is a natural material, the thickness & flexibility of the covers will vary slightly and some may be a litter tougher to stitch (especially in colder weather!). A thimble can help if you have a lot of crosses to mark off!