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NPC14: Kneeling Cherub with Bow Panel


This panel has been designed to fit neatly into the sleeve of a Clippy Cover Girl Bag. The cherub motif is the same as the one used in the Kneeling Cherub Lace Cushion and is based on a design I found in an antique needlework magazine, dating from around 90 years ago. 

This particular panel is worked on a 10 Count plastic canvas, in tent stitch. This stitch is explained in the downloaded materials. It is a really simple stitch and this design is perfect for beginners to attempt. There is no background to be stitched, just the central motif, and so a design like this can be completed in a few evenings. 

The panel measures 22cm (8.6 inches) by 29.5cm (11.7inches).

Once the design is finished a coloured sheet of card, material or foam is placed behind the canvas to provide the contrasting colour. You can change these sheets from time to time to suit your mood or to match your outfit. It is also fun to decorate the finished needlework further by stitching pieces of old lace, buttons, or other accessories to the canvas, to make your own original work of art! As you can see, the cherub looks equally charming with a pink or blue background.

The download below contains a chart to follow and full instructions for making this item. The Clippy bag  and plastic canvas are not included in the download, but can be purchased from our shop.

 


NPC14: Kneeling Cherub with Bow Panel Chart Download

Price 3

 

NPC21: Kneeling Cherub Cushion 

and Cherub with Bow Panel Combined Charts Download

4.50


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