Elizabeth Laidman Sampler Pattern 1760 Printed Version
A blue monochrome alphabet sampler reproduction from England stitched by nine-year-old Elizabeth Laidman 1760. The verse makes this sampler so endearing. The Alphabet is missing the "J" because it was not a letter used back then. The verse in the sampler is from an old book by William Kenrick (a not very popular man) titled "The Whole Duty of a Woman" (published 1753)
You will receive a printed version of the pattern with free domestic shipping.
Design Area: 114 stitches wide by 174 stitches high
8-1/4 inches (20.7cm) wide by 12-1/2 inches (31.6cm) high
Fabric Size: 14 inches (36cm) wide by 18 inches (47cm) high this includes 3 inch (8cm) allowance on all sides for finishing or framing
28ct Linen or 14ct Aida Cloth using blue cotton floss
The pattern consists of a color image of the finished design, instructions, and a list of floss colors; A color & black and white symbol chart spread over several A4 sheets for printing.
Thank you and happy stitching!
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