Needlepoint kit for rug.
Beth has always admired Morris' delicate watercolour at the William Morris Gallery. The soft blues and gentle shading are easily reproduced in Appleton wools. The central flower became a natural cushion and with the extension of the mobile swirling leaves and the addition of four smaller blooms the rug seemed a natural progression.
- Kit type: Cross stitch
- Designed by: Beth Russell
- Collection: African Marigold
- Count: 7.5 stitches per inch
- Dimensions: 106.5 x 155cm (41.9 x 61in)
- Categories: Rug
- Stitch: Cross
Included in this kit:
- Fabric/canvas: Zweigart Cream Rug Canvas 122 x 170cm (48 x 67in)
- Threads: Appleton crewel using 4 threads
- A printed chart is provided to help with the positioning of the colours.
- Orders Under $150 are subject to a flat delivery fee of $9.95.
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