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Royal Prince Pillow Sham & Carriage Cover

Kit Cost $86.50

Partial Kit $56.50*

The Royal Prince Carriage Cover and Pillow Sham is an elegant set embellished with diamond hemstitch, four-sided stitch, granitos, and back stitch lettering. The sham has a hemstitched flange. Diamond hemstitch gives the rich look of drawn thread with minimal thread withdrawal required. The carriage cover is lined with blue satin batiste and trimmed with petite Swiss edging interwoven with blue floss. When personalized with your children’s names, one child’s name, date of birth, height and weight, or other lettering of your choice, it is sure to become a cherished family heirloom.

Class Hours: 6

Class Type: Project

Skill Level: ALL

SAGA Approved - 2 points

Student Requirements:

3” x 6” oval or 4” round Susan Bates embroidery hoop, individual task light and magnification essential, curved blade scissors, Thread Heaven, and used sewing machine needle (for pulling threads) helpful, but optional, basic hand sewing supplies.


Pre-class Preparation: Student should print the names, dates, or other lettering desired using Amphion 48 pt for the pillow and Amphion 72 pt for the carriage cover. You may also use another font of your choice, email the information to jane@janebriscoeheirlooms at least 30 days prior to class to have it printed for you, or choose to omit the lettering entirely.

Kit Contents:

Ulster 1000 linen, Swiss edging, satin bastite, DMC 50 sewing thread, Floche, needles, and instructions including color photos. Pillow form not included.

*Partial kit contains everything students will need in class, but does not include satin batiste or Swiss edging needed to finish carriage cover as shown. Please email jane@janebriscoeheirlooms at least 45 days prior to class to request a partial kit.

Note: Little Prince Pillow Sham is the same pillow sham, but does not include the carriage cover.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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