The kit includes 32 count silk gauze, colour block chart and detailed instructions, Anchor stranded cotton, a suitable needle and the white metal frame pieces, which are simple to put together with contact adhesive. The frame can then be painted with enamel paint of your choice. The Humbrol shade that was used for the firescreen in the image above is listed on the instruction sheet. When assembled, the frame measures 2 inches wide by 2.75 inches high.
Suitable for beginners
Style: Georgian (1714 – 1830)
The depiction of musical instruments in interiors was incredibly popular during the Georgian period – not just in music rooms, but in drawing rooms and dining rooms too. It was thought to show that the owners of the house were educated. The design for this group of instruments with some sheet music is taken from a woodcarving by Grinling Gibbons.