When trying to find a piece of linen large enough for a project I found this piece of linen with the copy of the design and the recommended threads for it. I decided not to use the recommended colours and I opted for only a variegated red colour. And of course I decided to finally stitched it!
This design is from the magazine Sampler & Antique Needlework Quarterly – Summer 2011. It is the “1863 Honfleur Sampler”, reproduced by Lorraine Mootz. Stitched on 38 count Nacre linen with a lovely red thread by Atalie called Rouge A.
Please note that I’m not sure the brand of the linen, it can be a 38 count Sampedro linen (a portuguese linen) or a 38 count Sotema linen (a italian linen). I know for sure that I have it for more than 10 years in my stash.
I do really love this french red sampler! Look at that anchor! It is a symbol of hope!
I really miss the SANQ magazine! This issue have more two pieces that I would love to stitch!
Thank you so much for visiting!! Have a great June! Happy stitching,
From the magazine Sampler & Antique Needlework Quarterly: Winter 2010, a wonderful sampler. The name of this reproduction is 1836 Mary Hannah Gipson Sampler. Stitched on 35 count Vintage Country Mocha linen, with the recommended DMC colours.
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