A charmingly folky sampler featuring wee black folk, a tall house, flowering plants, hearts, and tiny birds along with the verse “This Have I Done in the Year of Our Lord 1846”. The stitcher’s initials are worked in the space between the chimneys of the house. Complete alphabet and number charts are included so you can personalize your sampler with your own initials and the date of your choice.
Stitched on 30 count Weeks Dye Works Confederate Grey linen using a combination of DMC and GAST flosses. Stitch count: 145w x 111h. Stitches include cross and straight stitch, Algerian Eyelet, and French knots. Finished size on 30 ct linen: 9.5”w x 7.5”h.
Pattern includes color photo, professional cross stitch chart with floss colors including DMC alternates for the GAST threads, and general instructions.
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