Betsy Morgan told me about this kit she was getting when I was at Williamsburg last December. Being a fan of Jenny Adin-Christie, I looked all over the web for a photo. I found one. I wanted this kit too. Jenny is a well known teacher of needlework. She is very busy teaching all over the world. Australia, Switzerland, England. I emailed her and asked if I could buy a kit. She said she would be making more kits next year (2015). So I have been waiting to get this kit since December. I made her Hampton Court last year and it was marvelous. I learned a lot. Her directions are great. And if you have a problem, you can email her and she will help you. I was thrilled this week when my kit arrived.
Then there is a book of instructions. This one has 39 pages.
Then the ingredients are inside the bag. Tons of parts. Many small bags with labels.
I can see now that even the photo on the kit does not show how beautiful this will be. One could be intimidated by all this. But having made Hampton Court, I know I can do it. But it will be a major project and will definitely take a while to make. I'll be so proud when it is done though.