"Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord. He is trampling out the vintage where the grapes of wrath are stored. He hath loosed the fateful lightning of his terrible swift sword. His truth is marching on." Model stitched on 28 count Vintage Buttercream linen from Lakeside Linens using DMC (221, 420, 611, 712, 924, 936, 3011, 3031, 3722, 3768). Stitch count: 107W x 171H.
Reviews From Customers Who Purchased This Item
from Canada on 01/01/2020 - Love this! This pattern is a classic and the stitching is very straight forward without lots of fuss. I wasnt keen on the colors it called for so I changed them. Im very happy with my project which is a gift
from United States on 07/15/2019 - Childhood Memories I bought this pattern because it reminded me of the song and sound my mom would play on the piano when I was a little girl. I will need to wait to start this pattern until another stitching project is completed. I plan to frame this and give it to my mom to have sitting on her piano. The pattern appears straight forward and easy to read. I will be happy to start it.
from United States on 02/22/2016 - Patriotic I have been a fan of anything patriotic for many years. I can't wait to begin this pattern. I need another wip , Right I will be happy to show it when I finish!! Love to cross-stitch!!!!!
from United States on 08/29/2013 - Gave as a Brithday Gift Birthday person was very happy with this chart.
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