A knitted tribute to one of the Queen's estates is going on display at the location that inspired the work.
It took two years for Margaret Seaman, from Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, to make her version of the Sandringham Estate.
The 16ft (5m) by 10ft (3m) creation is now on display in the Ballroom of the Queen's home in Norfolk.
Mrs Seaman, 92, said it was "absolutely wonderful" to see here tribute in situ and said "it would be the icing on the cake" if the Queen got to see it too.
The knitted work features Sandringham House, St Mary Magdalene Church, the Nest summer house, the estate's gardens, miniature woollen visitors and members of the Royal Family.
Mrs Seaman's work was previously on display at the Norfolk Makers' Festival in the Forum, Norwich, and raised £8,000 for three Norfolk NHS hospital charity funds.
She said she had no plans to create anything else as big, as "I have lots of other things still to do".
"I'm going to have a bit of a rest," she added.