Magna Carta Tapestries

Tapestries designed and made by the royal embroiderer to celebrate 800 years since the signing of the Magna Carta are on display at the Quaker Tapestry Museum in Kendal for 1 month. It's the first place in the north to get them.

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Royal Embroiderer visits Kendal tapestries

The American tapestry tells the story of its British discovery Credit: ITV news Border

The royal embroiderer who made the Magna Carta tapestries will officially open the exhibition in Kendal today (Monday).

They've been made to celebrate the eight hundredth anniversary of the Magna Carta sealing.

The intricate works have come to Quaker Tapestry Museum before anywhere else in the north.

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