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Voysey River needlepoint kit by Ehrman

£85

Only 10 available

Free UK delivery on orders £35 + over

Adapted from an original design by C.F.A Voysey (1857–1941) in the V&A collection. This tapestry kit is a delight to stitch and a perfect place to lose yourself in contemplative crafting. Ehrman have been producing needlepoint kits for over forty years to the highest standard. The canvases are printed in the West Country and the wools, spun to Ehrman’s own specification, are dyed in Yorkshire and Scotland. This is a great gift for craft enthusiasts.

Included in the Kit:

  • A colour chart
  • Needle
  • Instruction booklet

Author/Artist/Designer

Ehrman

Dimensions

41cm x 41cm

Composition

100% pure new wool, 100% cotton canvas printed in full colour

Product code

147736

DELIVERY

  • UK standard delivery £5 (FREE on orders £35 and over*)
  • Europe standard delivery £20
  • Rest of the world standard delivery £30

*UK only. Excludes custom prints. Does not apply to exhibition tickets, events, courses and Memberships.

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RETURNS

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About the artist
about the artist

C.F.A. Voysey

Charles Voysey was an architect, textile and furniture designer, born in Yorkshire in 1857. Regarded as one of the finest architects of the Arts and Crafts movement, he was also an accomplished furniture designer, creating purposefully simple, restrained and elegant pieces. His interest in interiors lead to success as a designer of wallpaper, fabrics, tiles, ceramics and metalwork. Voysey’s textile work shows the influence of William Morris, with similar principles regarding repeating patterns, and the use of botanical and animal imagery. His dense yet simple representations of the organic went on to influence the Modernist movement, who were inspired by his eye for purity of line, and an open and unfussy style.