Picture Panel Boxes - Swaledale Collection
These boxes, measuring 7 cms square and 4.25 cms high, are inspired by Swaledale, the dale in North Yorkshire where the Nutmeg Company is now located. Each box represents one of the four seasons and has a tiny picture on the lid depicting a Dales village. Another scene is worked on the inside of the lid and wording is stitched around the inside of the lid rim - commenting on the season represented by the box. An alphabet is included in the instructions so you can work a personal message and date if you wish. Kits contain 16-count aida, evenweave for lining, wadding, stranded cotton, ultra stiff plastic canvas to form the box, needle, chart and full instructions.
Summer in the DalesSummer is depicted on this box, with the river flowing through the dale past banks of wild flowers and lush growth. The base is made from rich green evenweave and soft summer pink is used to line the box.
2¾" square and 4¾" high (7 cms square and 4.25 cms high) approx
Please note that our Christmas deadlines are 3rd December for orders for Australia and New Zealand, 10th December for the USA and Europe, and 20th December for the UK
This allows us just enough time to make a kit for you if it isn't in stock and get it out by the last post recommended for Christmas delivery.
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.
Payments and Currencies
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The Nutmeg Company
Unit 14, Reeth Dales Centre, Reeth, Nr. Richmond, Yorkshire DL11 6SP
Telephone: 01748 884926 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Nutmeg Gallery is normally open from 10am to 4pm (4:30pm in summer) Mon - Fri and 2pm to 4pm (4:30pm in summer) on Sat