The order minimum is 12 kits. There is no minimum order for any one pattern - mix and match as you choose. To keep your landed cost per item as low as possible, I recommend looking to maximize the number of kits under the posted shipping rates (below).

Thank you for asking! Please contact me and tell me a bit about your shop. Approved shops will receive a password to access the catalog and online ordering system.

Of course! If you have or are in the process of setting up an online shop, you have my consent and full support to add any Hook, Line & Tinker products to your site. However, please DO NOT SELL through any third party platforms such as Etsy, Walmart or Amazon.

Yes, on a case-by-case basis. Feel free to contact me to explore payment options.

The bees are always busy at the shop. Fulfillment is, as always, on a “first in, first out” basis, and orders usually ship within 3 business days. 

In nutshell, we don't want our US customers to pay brokerage fees. Using "mail" may cost a little bit more at the front end - avoiding import brokerage fees makes it extra affordable.

Looking to calculate the lowest shipping cost per item? Shipping rates are standard based on the following quantities by location:


12 kits = $18 USD
13 - 24 kits = $22 USD
25 - 36 kits = $30 USD
37- 49 kits = $45 USD
50+ kits = FREE


12 kits (Economy - Tracked Packet 6-10 business days) = $48 USD
12 kits (Expresspost 4-7 business days) = $64 USD
13 - 24 kits (Economy - International Parcel Surface 2-3 months) = $58 USD
13 - 24 kits (Expresspost 4-7 business days) = $75 USD
25 - 34 kits (Economy - International Parcel Surface 2-3 months) = $75 USD
25 - 34 kits (Expresspost 4-7 business days) = $95 USD
35 - 60 kits (Economy - International Parcel Surface 2-3 months) = $90 USD
35 - 60 kits (Expresspost 4-7 business days) = $125 USD
60+ (Economy - International Parcel Surface 2-3 months) = $120 USD
60+ (Expresspost 4-7 business days) = $150 USD

Please contact me for rates for countries not listed.

Orders shipped to the US are packaged in quantities under the threshold for customs under the current US/Canadian trade agreement. All kits are listed as made in Canada with a Canadian Harmonized System Code of 6308.00. Hook Line & Tinker is not responsible for any customs or import fees.

United States: 4-12 business days
International: 6-12 business days

Canada Post / USPS is still not guaranteeing delivery times due to covid-19. We are not responsible for delivery delays that are out of our control, but will always do our utmost to resolve challenges.

Yes! But why would you want to? Instead, download the website images AND product descriptions through easy-to-download folders on Dropbox and Google Drive.

Hook Line & Tinker will accept returns, for any reason, up to 3 months from the date of purchase. We try very hard to ensure every kit is perfect, but mistakes can happen. If any product is received defective, a replacement will be shipped or the product will be refunded.

Only approved stockists can access the catalog. Once you have been approved, you will receive an invitation to login and create a unique password. You must be signed in with your unique password to view the catalog. Interested in becoming a stockist? Contact me :)

While some patterns are more ambitious than others, it's still just one stitch at a time. All of the stitches in our patterns are suitable for beginners. Of course, you can always use simple or more challenging beginner stitches to achieve different but still oh-so-satisfying results.

We love to see people sharing their final hoop on Instagram with a note that says “my first embroidery project!” Those are the people we design for – first time stitchers. We’re so grateful to play a part in people's first foray into embroidery, and want them to enjoy it and be proud of their finished creation. If you have any questions about the difficulty of any particular kit, don't hesitate to ask.

While our kits are intended for adults, lots of young humans have stitched up our patterns too. Every human is different, and some kids will take to stitching faster than others. The trickier parts are threading the needle and mastering hand-eye coordination when moving the needle up from behind the fabric. These are skills that are learned with practice, just like moving a spoon into your mouth. As with any project, be mindful of the appropriateness of working with small, sharp needles and scissors. Needles and scissors can cause serious injury.

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