Saturday, February 08, 2020

Episode 71



Finished
  • Jane Stanwix 1843 by Samplers Revisited - 40 ct. Vintage Meadow Rue and the Country Sampler’s cotton conversion. 

Bin of Samplers - Started
  • Rose Wreath Sampler (C. Matthews 1841) by Gigi R - 46 ct. Vintage Lt. Examplar by Lakeside Linens and the called for cotton threads. 
  • Sarah Stewart Hardman 1824 by NeedleWorkPress - 40 ct. Vintage Buttercream by Lakeside Linens and the called for cotton threads. 
  • The Plantation Sampler (OOP - Out of Print) by Canterbury Designs - 40 ct. Fog by Picture this Plus and thread conversion by Tanya Brockmeyer. Click here to see her beautiful finished sampler!
  • Mary Barres Sampler by Stacy Nash Primitives - 40 ct. Creme Brulee and the called for cotton threads. 
  • Ann Tong Uffindell 1835 by Hands Across the Sea Samplers - 40 ct. Creme Brulee and the called for AVAS (Au Ver à Soie) Soie d'Alger silk threads. 
  • Mary Good 1827 by Sassafras Samplers - 40 ct. Vintage Lentil by Lakeside Linens and the called for AVAS Soie d'Alger silk threads. 
  • Mary Betchell 1810 by The Scarlett House - 40 ct. Vintage Examplar by Lakeside Linens and the called for hand-dyed silk threads. 
  • Little Redwork Pinkeep by Stacy Nash Primitives - 36 ct. Ligonier Latte by R&R Reproductions and the called for WDW (Weeks Dye Works) thread. 
  • Birds of a Feather (OOP) by Blackbird Designs - 40 ct. Legacy by Picture this Plus and the called for NPI (Needlepoint Inc.) silk threads. 
  • His Eye is on the Sparrow by Heartstring Samplery - 40 ct. Legacy or 36 ct. Wren by Picture this Plus and the called for cotton threads. 
  • Frances Eden by Handwork Samplers (OOP) - 40 ct. Vintage Lt. Examplar by Lakeside Linens and Vikki Clayton hand-dyed silk threads. 
  • Mary Gail by The Scarlet Letter - 46 ct. Vintage Autumn Gold and the called for DMC threads. 
  • Dorothy Walpole by The Scarlet Letter - 40 ct. Vintage Pecan Butter by Lakeside Linens and the called for AVAS Soie d'Alger silk threads
  • Ragamuffin #2: A Quaker Sampler by Shakespeare's Peddler - 40 ct. Vintage Lt. Examplar and the called for silk threads.
  • Hariette Elizabeth Coe by Brenda Gervais (With Thy Needle & Thread) - 40 ct. Vintage Lt. Examplar by Lakeside Linens and cotton threads. 
  • Maria Shelby Humphrey by Blackbird Designs - 40 ct. Legacy by Picture this Plus and cotton threads.
  • Elizabeth Furniss 1836 by Hands Across the Sea Samplers - 40 ct. tea and coffee dyed Country Mocha by Zweigart and the called for DMC threads. 
Bin of Samplers - Kitted
  • Spanish Mystery Sampler by Shakespeare's Peddler - 40 ct. Lt. Mocha by Zweigart and the called for silk threads. 
  • Anne Thomas 1854 by Hands Across the Sea Samplers - 40 ct. Vintage Examplar by Lakeside Linens and the called for AVAS Soie d'Alger silk threads. 
  • Mary Clayton by Hands Across the Sea Samplers -  40 ct. Creme Brulee and the called for AVAS Soie d'Alger silk threads. 
  • Elizabeth Weston 1830 by Hands Across the Sea Samplers - 40 ct. Vintage Examplar by Lakeside Linens and the called for AVAS Soie d'Alger silk threads. 
  • Mary Cook 1795 by The Scarlett House - 40 ct. Stars Hollow Blend and the called for silk threads. 
  • Lucy Snushall 1847 by Samplers Remembered - 40 ct. Vintage Examplar by Lakeside Linens and cotton threads. 
  • Ann Wright by Samplers Remembered - 40 ct. Fawn by Lakeside Linens and the cotton thread conversion from The Country Sampler
  • Elizabeth Sheffield by The Scarlet Letter - 35 ct. Straw linen by WDW and the called for DMC threads. 
  • Jane Tindall 1864 by NeedleWorkPress - 40 ct. Confederate Gray by WDW and the called for silk threads. 
  • Elizabeth Walsh's Work 1836 by The Scarlett House - 36 ct. Sand by Picture this Plus and the called for cotton threads. 
  • Mary Ann Farmer by The Scarlett House - 40 ct. Sand by Picture this Plus and the called for NPI silk threads. 
  • Ann Grimshaw 1818 by The Scarlet Letter - 40 ct. tea and coffee dyed Zweigart linen and GAST (Gentle Arts Sampler Threads) Blackboard.

7 comments:

  1. I really like your Anniversaries Of The Heart piece. What fibers have you used? I started January in the called for threads and they are brown instead of the silver/gray i admired on the leaflet.
    Lindy / Holland, Michigan

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  2. Hi Lindy, I used all the called for threads. Dye-lots could have changed from when I first started it though...

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  3. I loved seeing all of your beautiful samplers and kitted projects; they are all gorgeous!! Seeing your Rose Wreath makes me want to get mine out and work on it; it is such a beautiful piece. I hope that wherever you move there is a LNS close by - that will help make things much better. Hugs and happy stitching............

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  4. Hello Nicole! Could you share the linen color and threadcount you used for Anniversaries of the heart? Your white portions really seem to stand out more than other examples I have seen. And thanks for all the inspiration!

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  6. Hi Nicole,
    Can you please give me the list of cotton threads for Jane Stanwix 1843?
    Karin :)
    in NY

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