Needlepoint kit for cushion or stool top.
Designed by William Morris' successor Henry Dearle in 1896 for Compton Hall in Wolverhampton it is one of our most successful designs. The Compton collection is a fabulous Beth Russell interpretation of the Morris & Co wallpaper and fabric of the same name. It consists of this cushion, a chair seat, rug and miniature. To achieve the same soft, dark background colour as the original Beth has blended 3 different colours. Still in production today the fabric can be found at the beautiful Liberty store in London. All these designs are available in a dark blue colourway.
- Kit type: Tapestry
- Designed by: Beth Russell
- Collection: Compton
- Count: 12 stitches per inch
- Dimensions: 38 x 53.5cm (15 x 21.1in)
- Categories: Cushion, Stool top
- Stitch: Tent/Basketweave
Included in this kit:
- Fabric/canvas: Zweigart Mono Deluxe 51 x 66cm (20 x 26in)
- Threads: Appleton tapestry for the design, 4 threads of crewel for the background
- Orders Under $150 are subject to a flat delivery fee of $9.95 with an estimated delivery time: 1 to 6 working days.
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
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