Embroidery Kit contains 20 large color charts and black-and-white stencils to copy. In the description thread color numbers are specified. The Puck school represents one of the several types of Kashubian styles. Traditional Kashubian embroidery is famous for its wide range of motifs that historically are designed in seven colors. Each color has a special meaning and reflects a specific attribute of the Kashubian land: Three shades of blue are the representatives of the sea, lakes and sky, green color is for the woods and meadows that are found everywhere in Kashuby, yellow is the sun, red- the love that the Kashubian people have for their home land. And finally, black means Kashubian's hard work.