Two in the Bush Embroidery Kit

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Designed by Mary Self
A highlight of a recent trip to England was a visit to Blackwell House in the Lake District that had been designed by the architect Mackay Hugh Baillie Scott (1865 – 1945). The key design theme at Blackwell house was the Rowan Tree with the leaves and berries executed in carved wood, plaster work and textiles.
This design is based on an embroidered screen that is held in the Victoria and Albert Museum.

The outlines are stitched for you to embroider and embellish as you wish. Our sample uses the enclosed scan of the outlines for you to use as patterns for applique, either with felt as in the sample or material. Wool felt and Strand yarn is included in the Full Kit.

Finished size: 27 x 37 cm

Kit includes:
Cotton/linen fabric with design outline stitched on your fabric.
Embroidery needle to suit your thread
Stitch Booklet
Full Colour Picture
Pattern sheet for applique
Strand yarn and 8 colours of Wool Felt

Fabric Pack includes:
Stitched outline on Cotton/Linen fabric
Stitch instructions