"A tree is known by its fruit" This sweet sampler was stitched over two threads on 36 Ct. Meadow Lark Linen (Dirty Linen - alternative) using Gentle Art Sampler Threads (DMC alternates are 321 902 834 3052 470). Stitch count: 67W x 124H. Design Size: 4" x 7"
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