A small sampler, a satin-stitch embroidered confection of Union Jacks and red, white and blue shamrocks, not all quite stitched so you can see it was a transfer. I find these sorts of waving-in-the-wind crossed flags rather jolly.
As with all George VI coronation embroideries, the question arises of Edward VIII. My best guess would be that this design postdates the abdication. Some of the coronation designs lent themselves to an easy substitution of George for Edward, but others, like this, don't lend themselves so well. Thus I think it was designed after the abdication, as the design fits the wording of the king and queen's names so precisely.
I know nothing more about this piece - source or designer or anything else, so if you do know more, please leave a comment and share your wisdom and/or links.