The companion to Nora Corbett's 1997 "A Midsummer Night's Fairy," Titania harks from the same enchanted, misted wood. Resplendent in a simple rosebud crown and a pair of golden, gauzy, gorgeous wings, she perches upon a tiny limb and offers these words from Shakespeare to all who lovingly stitch her sumptuous rose and coral gown:
"Hand in hand, with fairy grace, will we sing and bless this place."
Fabric suggestion is 32 count Chestnut Linen by Wichelt Imports. Stitched (2 over 2). Design area is 11" x 18" with a stitch count of 165 x 279.
Includes pattern and a fat quarter of 32 count Chestnut Linen, DMC floss, Kreinik threads and Mill Hill beads. (Kits only include what can been seen in the supplies list of a CLOSED pattern. There may be additional floss needs upon further inspection for open patterns.)