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Elisabeth Cligg 1844 a reproduction antique sampler pattern from NORTHUMBERLAND SAMPLER HOUSE. E-patterns are available as instant downloads once purchase is completed. All patterns print on standard A4 paper and are in pdf format. A vibrant and colourful sampler sewn by Elisabeth Cligg aged 11 years. All colours are matched from the reverse of the sampler. At the top an upper and lowercase alphabet and numbers 10 to 16. The sampler has a bright orange, peach and red house flanked by trees…
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Three Things Sampler - Cross Stitch Pattern from Moira Blackburn Samplers. Model stitched on your choice of 16 count or 18 count fabric with DMC floss. Stitch count: 263W X 359H
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Gorgeous sampler chart from Brenda Keyes. Motifs include ships, a church, marine life, villagers, even a mermaid! Verse says, “I must go down to the seas again, to the lonely sea and sky and all that I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by.”
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height: 166 crosses width: 132 crosses Mary Wereat is a charming small sampler from the 2nd half of the 18th century, stitched in the south of England. This pattern booklet contains two versions: one is a direct translation of the original (including small, over 1 stitches). The 2nd version is adapted for full crosses only, and can be stitched on linen or aida.
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Voici le merveilleux sampler qui m'a tenu compagnie pendant le premier confinement : commencé un peu avant, fini en mai-juin 2020... Here's the wonderful sampler I stitched during the first quarantine in spring 2020... Vous avez bien sûr reconnu la...
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I mentioned yesterday that you could read Marcus Huish's book on Samplers on-line - and now you have enjoyed that, here are another set o...
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