This cross stitch pattern chart comes from the large pattern chart created by Frédérique Crestin-Billet evoking famous Bayeux Tapestry. Its represents William's Feast, an episode which is not on the large pattern chart. The scene presented here: after landing on English soil at Pevensey, William’s armies prepare a feast. Two servants have suspended a cauldron, and above, what appears to be skewers. Another servant is busy in front of an oven with flames billowing out. Two servants pass through a portal (probably a requisitioned manor). Four cavaliers use their shields as a table. Beside them, Bishop Odo gives grace to a table covered with dishes. In the centre, a servant brings a new dish with a small bow.
This full-colour pattern chart is printed on a large 60cm x 29cm sheet of paper. It is presented in a Sajou folder. Size of motif: 264 points 67 points. If sewn on 12 count embroidery linen: 44cm x 11,5cm. To respect the historic spirit of Bayeux Tapestry, this motif should be sewn on sand coloured embroidery linen. To embroider you will need the following Laine Saint-Pierre cards: 422 x 2 - 450 x 2 - 648 x 2, 762 x 1 - 845 x 1 - 930 x 1, 9 cards. The complete kit for this pattern is available. Bayeux Tapestry official website: click here.
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