Sarah Woodham 1770 - Cross Stitch Pattern

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Sarah Woodham 1770 - Cross Stitch Pattern

Shakespeare's Peddler

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Item: 09-2296 - Type: Cross Stitch Patterns.
"Whene'er I take my walks abroad, How many poor I fee, What shall I render to my God, For all his gifts to me. Not more than others I deserve, But God has giv'n me more, For I have food while others starve, And beg from door to door. While others early learn to swear, And curse and lye and steal, Lord I am taught thy name to fear, And do thy holy will. Are there thy favours day by day, To me above the raft, Then let me love thee more than they, And try to serve thee best." Model stitched on 40 count Old Towne Blend by R&R Reproductions using Gloriana Silk Floss, Crescent Colours Belle Soie, and Thread Gatherer Silk N Colours. DMC conversions available as 926 840 934 733 3031 832 801 535 white 304 902 3033 3790 3915. Stitch count: 240W x 286H. ships via the U.S. Postal Service to anywhere in the world. Orders to the U.S. typically arrive 3-5 days after we ship.

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