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Harvard

Harvard

Ref: X129

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Our design depicts a T-6/AT-6 Harvard, built by North American or under licence to them. This two-seater was the most famous World War II trainer/advanced trainer aircraft, and the most widely built trainer of all time, with many still flying today as private/civil aircraft as well as with some air forces. Many thousands of pilots in 34 countries trained in them, including Spitfire and Hurricane pilots in the Battle of Britain. Known as Texan in the US (also available) and as SNJ in the US Navy. The picture shows the RAF version. There are options for the same Harvard aircraft with Canadian, New Zealand or Australian roundels - please select from the list.

Contains only whole cross stitches - NO PART STITCHES - and a few back stitches. Contains 17 shades of metre length (for fastening on by loop method) DMC stranded cottons ready sorted on thread organiser printed with the key. There are no mixed threads. Stitched measurements 11.25" x 4.75"/29 cm x 12 cm.

Fits our frames F101G, F1012 and F201, but will look best in F1012 with airforce blue mount. The standard fabric is 14 count white blockweave Zweigart brand Aida. 28 count evenweave 100% Cashel linen is available as an option for 3 extra. Kit also contains suitable needle, easy-to-follow charts, small scale and large scale, and in both black and in colour, and full instructions for beginners.

Price: 21.95 (Including VAT at 20%)


14 Count White Aida (+0.00)
Evenweave Linen (+3.00)

None
Mahogany Frame, Airforce Blue Mount (+14.95)
Mahogany Frame, Maple Green Mount (+14.95)
Grey wooden frame, Grey mount (+14.95)

RAF
RCAF Canada
RNZAF New Zealand
RAAF Australia




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