A Right Royal Miniature Wedding Sampler

Design: A Right Royal Miniature Wedding Sampler
Size: 73w x 41h
Designer: Kell Smurthwaite, Kincavel Krosses

Permissions:

  • This design is copyright to Kell Smurthwaite and Kincavel Krosses
  • You may use, copy and/or share this design, and you may change it to your liking for your own use
  • You may not sell this design or use it to make up kits
  • You may sell the finished piece for charity, but you may not sell it commercially

Stitched by Kell Smurthwaite

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9 thoughts on “A Right Royal Miniature Wedding Sampler

  1. I’m sorry to be subversive, but I think WC is bang on!! I for one will be avoiding the whole thing, easy as I live in the middle of France and I don’t have the telly.

    It’s a nice sampler though :-) I don’t know how you fnd the time to do all these lovely designs.

    bises

    Michele

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    1. LOL – When I designed it, I laughed about the WC thing too. I won’t be watching any of the wedding myself, as we’ll have visitors that weekend and will most likely be off doing something fun instead.

      I actually desinged this one for an ATC exchange – I’m stitching it on 22-count hargander to make it small enough to fit, so there’ll be a photo of the finished thing posted soon too…

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  2. This website encourages people to be creative , I enjoy work done my mother and grandmother many years ago.A lovely piece of work is legacy that can be treasured by your descendents so keep sewing.

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  3. LOVE IT!! I’ll add it to my display :) If you get a chance, check out my Blog I have a few other Royal Wedding designs for the big day! Eager for the 29th!

    Tanya

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