Pattern chart in cross stitch - History of Versailles palace - Museum and Heritage Collection
The opulence of the Palace of Versailles and the kings and queens who lived there are the subjects of this large cross stitch pattern chart, the sixth in our Museums and Heritage Collection. Among other things, you will discover the wall hangings in the Hall of Plenty and Mercury Room, the Queen’s Bedchamber and the fabric pillars in the King’s Bedchamber. Almost eight million visitors flock from all over the world each year to see the Palace. Here is the opportunity to embroider your own personal palace.
This cross stitch embroidery project is presented in large colour poster form measuring 68 x 80cm. On the back of the pattern chart you will find historical information as well as explanations for the embroidery. The poster is presented folded in a Sajou folder.
Size of motif: 345 stitches wide by 344 stitches high. When embroidered on 12 count linen, the finished projects measures 57.3 x 57.5cm. This embroidery represents around 300 hours of work.