Celtic Wedding sampler

A Celtic Wedding sampler to commemorate a marriage ceremony.
This is a sumptuous Wedding Sampler in bronze with glints of gold.
The lovely Celtic knotwork symbolises the concept of ‘tying the knot’
Clear colour chart with symbols

Kit Price – £26.50
Chart Price – £7.95

full details in description below

SKU: LTS-53 Category:


Celtic Wedding sampler cross stitch kit details

Celtic Wedding sampler to create a record a special day. This is a sumptuous Wedding Sampler in bronze with glints of gold. The lovely Celtic knotwork symbolises the concept of ‘tying the knot’ (more details below)
The Celtic Wedding Sampler cross stitch kit has only the best quality materials ~ Zweigart fabric, DMC thread, needle.
The pack has full instructions with cross stitch basics and tips for fine stitching
A full alphabet is provided for the names and date

The clear colour chart has both symbols and coloured squares and so it is beautifully easy to read
Stitch away with no delay! ~ no need to spend time sorting colours because they come threaded on a card
For a personal touch a completion slip adds your name and date to the back of your work

If you prefer to use your own materials the chart only pack provides the colour pattern with full instructions.
The design is available on 14 aida or 27 count evenweave
evenweave has a more refined appearance but is trickier to work with so for the experienced stitcher
view evenweave fabric

Stitches –  Whole cross stitch, backstitch
Ability –    For stitchers with some experience

Fabric –     14 ivory aida
Size –       23 x 18 cms (9.25 x 7″)
Item no – LTS-53

This design is also available from the  Amazon store  or from Ebay

The origin of the phrase ‘Tying the knot’

Knots have a place in the folklore of many cultures and usually symbolize unbreakable pledges. Actual knots have been used in marriage ceremonies for some time and the tradition of trying the wrists of the bride and groom with twine continues today in marriages ceremonies in some cultures. The word ‘knot’ has been associated with marriage since at least the 13th century. The Legend of St. Katherine, circa 1225 used the Middle English ‘cnotte’, (knot) to mean ‘the tie or bond of wedlock; the marriage or wedding knot’.

Additional information

Weight 140 g


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