Tulip and Rose (Ivory) – Morris & Sons Australia

Tulip and Rose (Ivory)

Beth Russell
In stock

Needlepoint kit for cushion, chair seat or stool top. Inspired by William Morris' beautiful triple woven fabric, Tulip & Rose makes a striking design for a cushion, chair seat or stool top. Beth Russell's interpretation, seen here on the blue background, may also be stitched with an ivory background for a softer look. The kit is printed on strong polished deluxe canvas which is large enough to fit most chairs.

  • Kit type: Tapestry
  • Designed by: Beth Russell
  • Collection: Tulip & Rose
  • Count: 12 stitches per inch
  • Dimensions: 51 x 38cm (20.1 x 15in)
  • Categories: Cushion, Chair seat
  • Stitch: Tent/Basketweave with 1 thread tapestry wool (background 4 threads of crewel wool)

Included in this kit:

  • Fabric/canvas: Zweigart White Deluxe canvas 56 x 66cm (22 x 26in)
  • Threads: Appleton tapestry & crewel, 18 colours
Within Australia

Free shipping- Orders Under $150 are subject to a flat delivery fee of $9.95 with an estimated delivery time: 1 to 6 working days.

International Postage All international orders will be quoted for delivery charges on an individual basis before your order is shipped. Estimated delivery time: 3 to 10 working days. Changes to shipping prices. Sometimes there will be discrepancies on the quoted shipping costs. This may happen if the item or items are documents and can be sent within Australia using the standard delivery service. Bulky items (such as tapestry floor frames and framed pieces) will still be quoted on an individual basis via email. Please contact us if you have any questions. If the price varies from the quoted price on the website, we will be in touch by email. If you would like a firm quote, please advise in the order notes.

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