If being tasked with embroidering the Duchess of Cambridge's wedding dress wasn't enough, a woman from Surrey is taking on her next challenge - to design and embroider a tapestry of the Magna Carta.
It's to coincide with its 800th anniversary and will eventually be taken around the country in the lead up to the event next year.
Mel Bloor has been to see it in the making.
Interviewees: Runnymede Borough Councillor Derek Cotty and Embroider Rhoda Nevins.
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