Monday, 17 September 2012
I mentioned last week that the chart for this charmingly naive and very poignant sampler would be on sale today at the Haslemere Educational Museum. With its sweet paired birds and dear, brave red house it was originally stitched in England in 1833 during the reign of Queen Victoria. Charlotte's message reads: Whonce I was Fallen but Ohow Low Just at the Brink of endless Woe charlote broadhurst work 1833. Don't you just want to give the little girl a big hug? This is an exclusive sampler chart from Haslemere Educational Museum in Surrey, UK. We have made our sharefile available to the Museum for their downloads but your payment goes directly to them. Here are the details for you: Width: 9 Length: 10 inches (23cm x 25.6cm) Thread Count: 25 count linen. The number of stitches is 115 x 128. The sampler chart is £9.96 or $18 and you can buy it now. Click here for more details.
Posted by N E E D L E P R I N T at 21:56