Chelsea Garden Sanctuary
The Chelsea Garden Sanctuary is the newest addition to our Kirk and Bradley for Elizabeth Bradley range.
The design is 20" x 15" on 24" x 19" canvas. The Needlepoint Kit is printed on 12 count mono canvas and is supplied complete with Elizabeth Bradley wool, a printed chart, and easy to follow instructions for Basketweave Stitch. This kit comes on a Pale Yellow background colour only.
My wife is a long term fan of Elizabeth Bradley kits and I bought this kit as a present, knowing that she will love it.
As result of a stroke ten years ago, her right side is paralysed and she has lost her speech and is unable to write a
review herself. The kit was delivered safely and on time and she will start working with it in about a month, when
her current project is finished. I know she is going to enjoy it.
This kits is just amazing and gorgeous!
I’m a long time fan of Elizabeth Bradley kits and I have stitched more than my share. The Chelsea series is a change of pace and I love going back and forth, stitching at random. The printed canvas is so clear and easy to work with.
I absolutely love the design I got, Chelsea Garden Sanctuary. The kit was put together in a perfect box which I can use to store supplies in while I finish the piece.
Can't comment on making the tapestry as it was a gift for a friend. However it was beautifully presented in the box, with all you needed included in the kit, and our friend was "over the moon" with it. She loves the picture (she's a keen gardener) and can't wait to get started.
Being a gift, when I ordered it I asked if a note to be included and wrote some words, which included a short rhyme, in the comments area on the order. When it arrived (delivered very efficiently and quickly by courier), someone at Elizabeth Bradley had typed up my words on a sheet of paper and stuck it inside a card. So thoughtful of them. Initially the kit may seem a little expensive, but you get what you pay for and this is a top quality item from a company with top quality service. Thank you so much, Elizabeth Bradley.