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Sajou cross stitch pattern chart The Pledge of Bayeux

Cross chart Bayeux Tapestry - The Pledge

Référence: GRI_PDC_MUP_BAY_13
Ean: 3665546010837
Brand: Maison Sajou

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Cross stitch chart Bayeux Tapestry - The Pledge of Bayeux


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Cross stitch chart - The Pledge of Bayeux - Museums and Heritage Collection

This cross stitch pattern chart comes from the large pattern chart created by Frédérique Crestin-Billet evoking famous Bayeux Tapestry. It represents The Pledge of Bayeux, an episode which is not on the large pattern chart.
Size of motif: 268 points 67 points. If sewn on 12 count embroidery linen: 45cm x 11,5cm. 
The action takes place after the attacks on Rennes and Dinan, William and two knights head for Bayeux, the episcopal city of his half-brother, Odo. The town is symbolised by a castle on a mound which can be reached by a bridge. The following scene is at Bayeux: Duke William is represented on his throne holding his sword pointing upwards. Facing him, Harold takes an oath on two reliquaries placed on a stand decorated with draperies. By this pledge, Harold swears loyalty to William and promises him the throne of England upon Edward’s death. We know that this will not happen and Harold will nevertheless be crowned King of England.
This full-colour pattern chart is printed on a large 60cm x 29cm sheet of paper. It is presented in a Sajou folder.
To respect the historic spirit of Bayeux Tapestry, you will need:
This pattern is also as complete kit available.
In our Madame Sajou diary section, you will discover the secrets behind the creation of this chart, the second one in our Museums and Heritage collection.
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  • 5

    Very good (Translated review)

  • 5

    I'm sorry you didn't bring attention to the fact that the production is done ONLY in St Pierre wool. (Translated review)

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