Beth tells us "Language experts believe that the word “ORT” has its origin in mid 15th century Low German, and refers to the remains of food left after a meal. Over the centuries, it has become a synonym for words such as: end, fragment, scrap, bit, trifle, stub, and crumb."
Stitch counts are: Tin Topper 80 x 80 and Needle Berry 82 x 50.
Models were stitched with one thread over two on 40 count Patriot’s Brew hand dyed linen from R&R Reproductions’ and stitched with threads from Weeks Dye Works.
This pattern packet includes charts for both the tin topper and strawberry. It also includes an instruction sheet for assembling both items.
Please check the boxes above to add the chart, linen and threads to your order.
Pins & Orts Stitching Companion from Heartstring Samplery