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William Morris Panel Rug

Beth Russell
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Needlepoint kit for rug. William Morris' lovely painting, now at the William Morris Gallery in Walthamstow was turned into a design for a delicate sofa cover early in the 1900s. Beth Russell originally adapted this to needlepoint as a panel for a stool top or window seat. Since then she has created a striking rug by mirror imaging the panel, merging the centres and adding a border.

  • Kit type: Tapestry
  • Designed by: Beth Russell
  • Collection: William Morris Panel
  • Count: 12 stitches per inch
  • Dimensions: 91 x 137cm (35.8 x 53.9in)
  • Categories: Rug
  • Stitch: Tent/Basketweave with 1 thread tapestry wool (background 4 threads of crewel wool).

Included in this kit:

  • Fabric/canvas: Zweigart White Deluxe 1m x 1.5m (40 x 60in). Printed in 36 Colours.
  • Threads: Appleton tapestry & crewel
  • A printed chart is provided to help with the positioning of the colours.
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