Needlepoint Kits and Needlepoint Canvases

15.5 inches - 39 cm. - 10 holes to the inch


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Design Size - 15.5 x 15.5 inches - ( 39 x 39 cm. ) - Canvas Cut - 20 x 20 inches - ( 50 x 50 cm. ) - 10 holes to the inch..

The design measures 15.5 inches square - we stitch-paint the canvases with two extra inches surrounding the design.

Choose Zweigart mono deluxe or interlock canvases.

A full sized color photograph of the stitched design glued to a foam board - is on one side - with the stitch-painted needlepoint canvas on the other - the wool fibers rest on the chart - between -- inside a foam box - all wrapped in a resealable plastic folder with holes to breath.

These are stitch-painted canvas. Select *OPEN / CLOSE - LARGE IMAGES* to view enlarged photographs.

The gift packaged needlepoint kits and canvases contain premium quality materials - including:

  • - Zweigart Canvas with Designs Painted in Full Color with a Numbered Color Code
  • - Full Sized Photograph of the Finished Needlepoint Design
  • - Full Sized Color Chart - Graph with Symbols and Numbered Color Code including Instructions with Diagrams
  • - Samantha Taylor Tapestry Wool - A Wool Code Card with a Numbered Color Code
  • - Two Tapestry Needles
  • - Wool is Wrapped in Color Coded Labels Matching the Colors on the Graph and Canvas for Easy Identification and Coordination
  • - Each Kit is Numbered and Registered to Control the Dye Lots Should We Need to Send Additional Wool

The packaged kits measure aprox. - 20 x 20 x 1/2 inches -- 50 x 50 x 1.5 cms. ( a bit under for shipping volumnes )

From the - The Trades of Talavera - Historical Needlepoint Collection - El Pregonero ( The Proclaimer ) is interpreted into needlepoint from tile paintings that are now practically extinct - due to Spain*s recent *modernization*. We name this painting The Reveler.

Up until 45 years ago - the reproduction was faithful to the original 17th Century School of Talavera - the period when Talavera de la Reina - Spain - reach the height of development to excel and earn worldwide recognition.

Due to the shortage of silver - Talavera ware was regarded as entirely acceptable for the tables of nobleman. Poets of the century referred to the Talavera colors and designs - by comparing its beauty to that of their sweethearts. Spanish nobles collected Talavera ceramics finding it attractive for the beauty of its painted decorations - the wide variety of designs and the clear - bright - luminous colors.

Needlepoint Kits and Needlepoint Canvases

We meticulously dyed the fibers to exactly match the Talavera paint colors and include the necessary amounts of wool in the Needlepoint Kits. The slightly peach white is true to the tin-glazed terra-cotta base - as are all the other eighteen colors in this painting.

These Spanish themes later spread throughout Europe to the very similar Quimper French Faience - Majolica and Delft tiles - each country adapting and evolving the designs to their regions and colors.

The canvases ( not kitted ) - are found by selecting this link - RUSTIC NEEDLEPOINT CANVASES.

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