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Holland Park Rug

Beth Russell
715
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$995.00

Needlepoint kit for rug. Alexander Ionides was one of Morris' most important patrons. He owned a magnificent house in Holland Park, London. In the late 1800s he commissioned Morris to produce a large hand-tufted carpet for his home. The design was called Carbrook and the original now rests with the Victoria & Albert Museum. Beth Russell, while retaining all the beautiful detail, has reduced the design to more manageable proportions and re-named it Holland Park.

  • Kit type: Cross stitch
  • Designed by: Beth Russell
  • Count: 7.5 stitches per inch
  • Dimensions: 79 x 132cm (31.1 x 52in)
  • Categories: Rug
  • Stitch: Cross

Included in this kit:

  • Fabric/canvas: Zweigart Cream Rug Canvas 68.5 x 122cm (27 x 48in)
  • Threads: Appleton crewel using 4 threads
  • A printed chart is provided to help with the positioning of the colours.
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