Picture shows a rectangular-shaped wooden frame inlaid with unbleached padded linen. A hand-stitched grid of woven threads in green, pink, burnt orange and earth tones represent woodlands, moors, and rocky areas of the Yorkshire landscape. There are also strategically placed green ceramic forms symbolizing geological features. A stitched, print key at the base of the frame names the features: from left to right: ridge, summit, hill, slope, and hollow (oriented sideways and in the right in image). Represented in stitched outlines below, the shapes are two-dimensional renderings of the ceramic forms located on the grid. Below, embroidered knots form the words in jumbo Braille.