Beth tells us "Philip Foster was one of the first settlers in modern Oregon. The farmstead he established in Eagle Creek in 1847 became a stopping post for pioneers heading West along the Oregon Trail..
The thing that first drew my eye is a massive, old-growth Lilac Tree which is positioned in the front yard... It is approximately 25 feet high and is over 170 years old. Every Spring it fills the air with sweet fragrance and is a sight to behold. It has lived a long and exciting life, and is now certified as an Oregon Heritage Tree."
Stitch count is 122 W x 105 H.
Model was stitched on 36 count Old Mill Java hand dyed linen from R & R Reproductions and stitched with threads from Classic Colorworks, Weeks Dye Works and The Gentle Art.
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Philip Foster Farmhouse from Heartstring Samplery