Kickstarter campaign to help Wisbech mum publish colouring book based on her amazing Bayeux Tapestry project
Tapestry artist Mia Hansson together with independent printers Eyrie Press have had an overwhelming response to a Kickstarter campaign aimed at publishing a colouring book based on her work.
It is three years since the Fenland Citizen first reported on Mia, a mum from Wisbech, and her incredible project to create a replica of the famous Bayeux Tapestry.
In that time Mia has completed around a third of the famous 69 metres- long tapestry (she has finished just under 23m), which tells the story of the Norman conquest and largely focuses on William the Conqueror's infamous victory against King Harold at the Battle of Hastings in 1066.
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