Model stitched on two different fabrics. One is 36 Ct. Cornsilk by Weeks Dye Works and the other on 36 Ct. Straw by Weeks Dye Works. Stitched using Weeks Dye Works floss. Stitch count for left side is 37x98 & for Right side is 34x97.
Model stitched one over two on 32 Ct. Straw linen using Classic Colorworks, Gentle Art Sampler Threads and Weeks Dye Works (or all DMC 3863, 3033, 3031, 221, 642, 3021, 3011, 611). Stitch Count: 141W x 139H. Design Size: 8.81" x 8.68"
Model stitched over one and two threads on 40 Ct. Vintage Buttercream from Lakeside Linens using Soie d'Alger (or DMC floss 309, 372, 422, 500, 501, 502, 597, 598, 739, 747, 814, 816, 832, 935, (2) 3809, 3822). Specialty Stitches Used: Satin Stitch and Algerian Eyelets. Stitch Count: 224W x 287H. Design Size: 11.2" x 14.35"
"The busy tribes of flesh and blood With all their cares and fears Are carried downward by the flood And lost in following years Time like an ever rolling stream Bears all its sons away They fly forgotten as a dream Dies at opening day"
Model stitched one over two on 36 Ct. Vintage Meadow Rue from Lakeside Linens using Soie d'Alger (or DMC floss 321, 371, 420, 422, 434, 498, 501, 610, 645, 677, 712, (4) 730, 841, 921, 932, 937). Also required, but not listed above 615 and 516 from Soie d'Alger. Stitch Count: 254W x 273H. Design Size: 14.11" x 15.17"
Includes patterns for four projects: My Dear stitch count 94x90, Tiny Basket - Pinkeep stitch count 30x34, The Peacock's Tail Pincushion stitch count71x70, and Wreath Sewing Box stitch count 63x68. All stitched on 30 ct Putty from Weeks Dye Works and all using Gentle Arts Sampler Threads. NOTE: If you plan on making all the projects in this booklet, you will need 10 yards each of Gentle Arts Parchment, Maple Syrup & Grape Leaf.
The original sampler was stitched over two on Antique White unevenweave fabric using one color of red thread. Suggested threads and amounts for stitching sampler using one ply of thread are Au Ver A' Soie 2945 or 2926 17 skeins (or DMC 498 13 skeins). Stitch Count: 406W x 443H.
"Token of Love". Model stitched on 32 count Belgian Linen with DMC floss. Stitch count is 153W x 98H. Finished pillow size is approximately 10.25"W x 7.25"H. Instructions on how to make the strawberries is also included with pattern.
The sampler (Stitch Count: 110x74) and darner (Stitch Count: 29x29) were stitched over 2 threads on 32 Ct. Pear by Lakeside Linens. The double sided pinkeep was stitched over 2 threads on 40 Ct. Maritime White by Lakeside Linens. Stitch Count: 65x65. All models use Gloriana Silk floss (or DMC 3859, 3829, 869, 842, 3347, 3815, 987, 890).
Model stitched on 40 ct Olde Towne Blend using Weeks Dye Works, Gentle Arts & Classic Colorworks. (DMC alternates are 221 224 (2 needed) 225 315 407 611 647 730 (3 needed) 3046 3787 (2 needed) 3841 3859 ecru)A personalization chart has been included for you to stitch your name or a loved ones name in the place of "Mary Jane Carver". Stitch count 247x215.
"Jesus permit thy sacred name to stand as the first effort of an infant's hand, and while her fingers on the canvas move, engage her tender thoughts to ask thy love. Among thy children let her have a part and write thy name thyself upon her heart." Model stitched on 32 Ct. Vintage Examplar linen with Weeks Dye Works floss (or DMC 319, 356, 400, 422, 436, 610, 926, 927, 939, 3022, 3052, Ecru). Stitch Count: 294W x 229H.
Chart pack contains all 26 letters, the border, and an optional "R" block. The model was stitched over two threads on 32 Ct. Dark Capucinno Linen from R&R Reproductions with Gentle Art Sampler threads. Stitch Count: 235x293. Design Size: 15" x 19"
Model stitched on 36 Ct. Vintage Pecan Butter linen using Weeks Dye works and Gentle Art Sampler Threads(or all DMC floss 801, 935, 518, 501, 3011, 3046, 920, 498, 152, 3858, 3712, 371, 524, 522, 3859, 3864). Stitch count is 183W x 99H.
Containing unique reproductions of samplers and smalls from private collectors and museum collections, this DVD edition features one-of-a-kind antique needlework projects from the 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th centuries, as well as antique-inspired designs. Also featured are well-researched articles profiling sampler makers, sampler-producing schools, needlework tools, museums and the various historical events that have shaped needlework. Some of the articles and projects cannot be found anywhere else, making this DVD essential to any collection. The DVD includes full-color photography, easy-to-read charts and complete instructions.
DVDs are both PC and MAC compatible, as well as US television/DVD-player compatible.