Scottish Verse Collection 

Traditional Toast Cross-stitch by Crest Cross Stitch Auld Lang Syne Cross-stitch by Crest Cross Stitch
Red, Red Rose Cross-stitch by Crest Cross Stitch Selkirk Grace Cross-stitch by Crest Cross Stitch

All verse kits are supplied with Antique White 16-count Aida material, DMC and/or Anchor threads (floss), gold plated needle, charts and Instructions.

Traditional Scots Toast - Currently the most popular in this series. A girnal, incidentally, is a Scots word meaning a storage chest for meal.

Design Size on 16-count  Antique White Aida 10" x 5.7".  Stitch Count 160 x 92

Auld Lang Syne is the second best-known song in the world (the best known is Happy Birthday to You). Written by Robert Burns, it has universal appeal and now you can stitch the most popular verse and the chorus.

Design Size on 16-count Aida 7.7" x 5.5".  Stitch Count 126 x 87

A Red, Red Rose - Another much loved couple of verses from Scotland's national bard, Robert Burns.

Design Size on 16-count Aida 7.8"  x 5.5".  Stitch Count 126 x 87

The Selkirk Grace may not have been written by Robert Burns, but is frequently attributed to him. It seems that one evening Burns was invited to dine with Thomas Douglas, 5th Earl of Selkirk, and this was what he recited when asked to say grace.

Design Size on 27-count evenweave 9.5" x 7".  Stitch Count 129 x 96

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Qty  Description                           


Traditional Toast Cross Stitch Kit $19.95
Auld Lang Syne Cross Stitch Kit   $19.95
Red, Red Rose Cross Stitch Kit $19.95
Selkirk Grace Cross Stitch Kit   $22.95

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