If you’re a fan of Arthurian legend, medieval fairytales and the age of chivalry, check out our Medieval Chivalry cross stitch set. You’ll receive the charts for Edmund Blair Leighton’s God Speed and The Accolade — at more than 25% off the regular price.
These two projects are large, full coverage cross stitch. They have a lot of confetti and require at least 99 different DMC thread tones. Here are the details in brief, but we suggest visiting the individual product pages of both charts before making your purchase:
- God Speed — 14 Count Aida Cloth 220 x 303 stitches (39.9cm x 55.0cm).
- The Accolade – 14 Count Aida Cloth 220 x 377 stitches (39.9cm x 68.4cm).
We’ve charted all three paintings from Edmund Leighton’s Code of Chivalry series. The paintings were extremely popular at the turn of the 20th century and were well-received by the Royal Academy. Now you can stitch them for yourself.
Edmund Blair Leighton was a British artist who lived between 1852 and 1922. He is famous for his stunning interpretations of medieval legends and romantic scenes in the style of the Pre-Raphaeliete and Romantic period artists. We are busy charting a large number of his paintings into cross stitch patterns that look just like the original artwork but work perfectly in the Pattern Keeper App.