Three Sheep Studio
Scottish Thistle by Three Sheep Studio
Did you know? The thistle became Scotland’s national flower in the 13th century. Legend has it that the thistle helped defend a Scottish army from a surprise Viking attack. It represents resilience and bravery, qualities associated with the Scottish people. The thistle’s prickly leaves symbolize the country’s rugged landscape. It is also seen as a symbol of protection and pride among Scots.
Model was stitched on 28ct. 'Flax' Cashel Linen, using DMC floss .
Stitch Count: 78 wide x 99 high