Melinda tells us "I am pleased to release a new reproduction sampler! She is Grace Stewart. Although I am unable to locate Grace's genealogy, she was undoubtedly stitched during the first quarter of the 19th century. Only two samplers have been located with this unusual red and blue building. Both were worked by girls born in Perth, Scotland around 1800 and are in private collections. "
The stitch count is 204 W x 177 H and is stitched with cross over two threads with the very small exception of the top of the thistle, which is vertical satin stitch.
Model was stitched on 32 count Cappuccino hand dyed linen from Weeks Dye Works and stitched with threads from The Gentle Art and DMC Cotton floss.
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Grace Stewart Reproduction Sampler from Merry Wind Farms