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Harold’s Boat Bayeux Cross Stitch Kit by Sajou


Harold embarking for Normandy Cross stitch kit from the Sajou Museums and Heritage Collection

This complete cross stitch kit is a segment from the large pattern chart created by Frédérique Crestin-Billet inspired by the famous 11th century Bayeux Tapestry.   This design segment is of Harold embarking for Normandy,

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Bayeux Tapestry Cross stitch kit from the Sajou Museums and Heritage Collection

With this complete embroidery kit, you will be able to stitch the spectacular cross stitch pattern conceived by Frédérique Crestin-Billet and inspired by the original and legendary Bayeux Tapestry created in the 11th century

“The passage represented here on the left is Harold embarking for Normandy, falcon on the wrist and tunic raised to avoid getting wet. Note the men accompanying him with dogs and oars and the amusing detail of the legs giving an impression of the transparency of the water. On the right, the other boat shows that crossing the Channel was in all probability not very restful: the sail is blown outwards and one of the cords has come loose in the strong wind….” quoted from the Sajou website

Size of motif: 370 x 95 points.
Panel size: if sewn on 12 count  linen: 62cm x 16cm.

This kit contains:

  • large 60cm x 29cm full-colour chart printed on paper
  • one 70 x 25cm piece  of 32 count linen – sand colour
  • 13 Laine Saint Pierre cards: 422 (3),  762 (2), 450, 845, 648, 814, 930
  • a Sajou “Créé par moi” label (translation: “Made by me”)

Presented in a lovely Sajou re-usable cardboard box
Size of the box: 21 x 21 x 9cm

Product Made in France


Additional information

Weight 0.77 kg


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