The Keepsake Collection
These pieces are designed to be both practical and useful. The larger trinket boxes vary between oblong, square and octagonal shapes, and there are three smaller square designs and a fan-shaped one as well. A caddy, a frame and three trinket trays complete the range. The trinket boxes are lined with good quality 28-count evenweave fabric, carefully chosen to match the colours of the cross stitched design, and the lids are slightly padded. These kits contain stitching and lining fabrics, wadding, plastic canvas (ultra stiff for the square and rectangular designs for added strength), DMC threads, needle, charts and full instructions.
Kensington Square BoxThis box will take some time to complete, but should be destined for heirloom status! It is our largest piece and the finished size is 8 cms high, 17.5 cms wide and 11.5 cms deep. It is worked on 16-count antique white aida with a dark green evenweave base, and lined with mint coloured evenweave. The design represents a garden in a London Square, surrounded by iron railings, while the houses of the square are worked around the box sides. The image of a quiet arbour seat is worked inside the lid, and you may add personal details around the inside of the lid rim if you wish.
3¼" (8cm) high by 6¾" (17.5cm) wide by 4½" (11.5cm) deep approx
Postage & Packing
Flat rate £2.95 in total for orders for delivery in the UK and £5.95 in total for orders for delivery anywhere else in the world. However many items you order, this is the maximum postage you will pay.
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The Nutmeg Company
Unit 14, Reeth Dales Centre, Reeth, Nr. Richmond, Yorkshire DL11 6SP
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