DMC Van Gogh's Chair – Morris & Sons Australia

DMC Van Gogh's Chair

DMC
55296
In stock
$115.90

DMC collaborated with the National Gallery to design a series of limited edition cross stitch kits. The paintings are faithfully reproduced in DMC's vivid palette of stranded cotton threads.

Van Goh's Chair is one of two unusual portraits depicting himself and his friend Paul Gauguin. The subject is a simple chair, his pipe and tobacco, and a box of onions that bears his name.

Once complete your work of art can be proudly displayed on the wall or transformed into a cushion cover or other textile.

  • Kit type: Cross stitch
  • Collection: The National Gallery
  • Count: 16 stitches per inch
  • Dimensions: 23 x 30cm (9.1 x 11.8in)
  • Categories: Wall hanging
  • Stitch: Cross
  • Difficulty level: Advanced

Included in this kit:

  • Fabric/canvas: Aida
  • Threads: DMC stranded cotton
  • Needle and instructions
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