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Baltimore Rose Wedding Sampler

      by: Rosewood Manor

Cross Stitch Patterns



SKU: 04-3041
Stitch Count: 200w x 200h
Project Size: 11.1" x 11.1" on 36cnt (over 2)
Fabric: 36 ct. Cream or Ivory Edinburgh Linen

Price: $8.50 

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 221 shell pink - vy dk 1 $0.54
 223 shell pink - lt 1 $0.54
 224 shell pink - vy lt 1 $0.54
 225 shell pink - ul vy lt 1 $0.54
 500 blue green - vy dk 2 $0.54
 502 blue green 3 $0.54
 926 gray green - md 1 $0.54
 3721 shell pink - dk 1 $0.54
 3722 shell pink - md 1 $0.54
 3813 blue green - lt 1 $0.54
 B5200 Snow White 1 $0.54

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Wichelt Imports 36ct Edinburgh Linen, Cream (18" x 27") $17.69
Wichelt Imports 36ct Edinburgh Linen, Cream (18" x 27") $17.69
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Item Description:  
This beautiful wedding sample will show those in your life how much you care. The pattern includes a full alphabet so you personalize that special day.

Artist Statement:
Baltimore Quilt Album blocks were the inspiration for this wedding sampler. When quilted they are appliquéd which is truly beautiful. They vary according to the quilt maker. This is my adaptation of one of the many Baltimore Quilt Album blocks. The design is dedicated to my nephew and his wife. They are a wonderful couple and I am happy to be just a small part of their lives. Enjoy!
    Karen Kluba

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Switching fabric from linen to aida
I just purchased this with the 36 count linen and am finding it a little difficult to work with the linen, even though I am going over 2. Has anyone d...
Posted By joadam323 on 09/23/15.    424 Views, 5 Replies, latest by jlhewes on 09/23/15
Everything CrossStitch: Need an update re: supplies
This pattern requires 3 skeins of #502 and 2 skeins of #500. Please update the Supplies to reflect this, so that others who order based on the rec...
Posted By susan.schellhase on 08/26/15.    258 Views, Replied to by Kristi @ ECS on 08/26/15

Customer Reviews

Product Rating: (4.29)   # of Ratings: 7   (Only registered customers can rate)

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1. Cathie on 12/9/2015, said:

I am making this for my son's wedding. He was married in May so I'm "just slightly" late in giving it to him and his beautiful bride. It really is turning out beautifully.
  (1 people found this comment helpful, 0 did not)
2. Susan on 8/26/2015, said:

I just finished this sampler for my daughter's upcoming wedding and was thrilled with how it turned out. The lettering was beautiful, although I used the more traditional letters vs. that shown for the interior of the heart. I used 3 skeins of # 502 and 2 of # 500.
  (2 people found this comment helpful, 0 did not)
3. Mary on 3/11/2014, said:

This pattern is beautiful and very easy to use. As previously mentioned, an overlap would make the pattern much easier to use.
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4. Heather on 2/8/2011, said:

It's turning out beautifully. However the pattern loses points for a few things. One there is no overlap from page to page. It's difficult to center. Like someone else also said, I've been stitching for a long time (over 20 years) and I had a difficult time with this. It's definitely an intermediate pattern. I'm also going to run out of thread before the end. You'll definitely need to two of the green threads for the leaves. I wouldn't recommend the pattern simply b/c it's so difficult to follow and center that it's taking away from my enjoyment of sewing. It will be beautiful though, I'm sure.
  (2 people found this comment helpful, 0 did not)
5. Jennifer on 7/13/2009, said:

Wonderful project. I loved doing it and it looked terrific done. Well worth the time and effort.
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6. ROSEMARY on 6/15/2009, said:

Be very carefull I found one mistake so are working on the edging. That it where I start. One side is 13 and the other 14. It took me a week with finally the help of someone to find my mistake.I hope that it all it a big project. But I have enjoyed it
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7. Sarah on 5/11/2009, said:

Even prettier in person! I made this as a wedding gift for a friend. I just finished last night and it is truly gorgeous. I can't wait to frame it and present it to her! However, I would not recommended this for a beginner. I've been stitching for about 20 years now so I'd consider myself well-versed; but unforeseen errors on my part led to a delayed completion time: Be careful about the size of fabric you order (error #1), get more thread than you think you'll need (error #2), follow Ms. Kluba's actual placement directions (error #3), and I recommend use of a fabric pen for the purpose of centering the wreath (error #4). The design loses technical points solely for arrangement of the pattern (offset issues and no overlap span from piece to piece) and personalization instructions (no indication of spacing between letters or words). That said, any experienced stitcher can figure it out.
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