Victorian Garden, Medieval Herb Garden, Orangery or Fairytale
Bookmark, counted cross
stitch kits including counted cross stitch pattern and all
materials. Medieval Herb Garden names herbs commonly
used in Medieval Kitchens.
Bookmarks stitched on
15-count Aida fabric. Kit includes Aida band and needle, 6-strand
embroidery cotton, full charted instructions, felt or tartan Ribbon for backing
and Tassel. Finished project measures 7" x 2".
© Textile Heritage Collection
Want to order
extra fabric for your bookmark project?
Visit our Aida
Band page to
choose from seven colors.
Knights and Ladies? Why not peruse our Medieval
Brass Rubbings page
and experience this exciting medieval art form.
The feudal system survived particularly in England
and Wales throughout the middle ages whereby in return for
protection and the use of the local nobleman's land the serfs had to
pay taxes and serve in his army
Knighthoods were bestowed on those of noble
birth or who displayed great valor
The ladies of noble birth amongst other duties
developed the arts of needlework which we all love today
Even today, centuries after the collapse of the
feudal system in Britain there are remnants throughout the country
from the magnificent castles to the honorary titles still bestowed
on distinguished persons
links to other Medieval Collections