Two Horses Tapestry Kit
The Two Horses Tapestry Kit is a simple and easy tapestry, suitable for a beginner to do in half a cross stitch.
This would be a perfect first project for the aspiring stitcher, and what teenage girl doesn’t just love horses?
Excellent kit for a beginner, experienced stitchers or as a thoughtful gift.
Design Size: 18cm x 24cm
Canvas Size: 29cm x 31cm
Design is printed on brown Penelope Canvas
Two Horses Tapestry Kit contains:
- Quality printed canvas
- 4 Ply Tapestry Wool
- Size 20 Needle
- Beginners stitching instructions for completing in Half Cross Stitch
Editors Note: For a more modern look, experiment with a combination of threads and textures. Variegated threads can add interest as can metallic, rayon or silk threads for that added sheen and sparkle. Using matching colors in different mediums lets you introduce texture into your work. Perhaps consider some textured stitches??
When I look at this picture, I think the horses done in 8 strands of Stranded Cotton for a horsy glossy sheen, and perhaps the plain background could be done in a patterned/textured stitch, say Diagonal Mosaic stitch (see below for details). This would add some extra interest to the piece and provide the more experienced stitcher with a bit more of a challenge.
To complete the look, we offer the following complete ranges:
- Appleton 4 Ply Tapestry Wool
- Appleton 2 Ply Crewel Wool
- Anchor 4 Ply Tapestry Wool
- Anchor Stranded Cotton
- Anchor Variegated Stranded Cotton
- Anchor Variegated Pearl 5
- Anchor Marlitt Rayon Thread
- DMC Stranded Cotton
- DMC Variegated Stranded Cotton
- DMC Light Effects
- Ginnie Thompson Flower Thread
- Mogear Mohair
- Rajmahal Art Silk Thread
If you are anxious about starting a Tapestry, or would just like some added information, you can find some helpful tips from DMC HERE
Used as a beautifully textured filling stitch.
- Stitch Guidelines:
- Work in diagonal rows. Bring your needle up at 1 and down at 2.
- Bring your needle up at 3 then across two intersections and down at 4.
- Repeat to fill the area, working a diagonal row upwards from lower right to upper left.