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Rose Sampler

      by: Butternut Road

Cross Stitch Patterns



SKU: 95-728
Stitch Count: 242w x 250h
Project Size: 15.1" x 15.6" on 32cnt (over 2)
Floss: DMC Floss and Caron Threads
Fabric: 32 count Belfast Dirty Linen
Stitched:: (2 over 2)

Price: $14.00 

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Item Description:  
This design has a wonderful old alphabet that I have seen in antique samplers. I always wanted to stitch it but couldn't because there were three missing letters. Finally I worked out the missing letters so it is complete. There is a mix of DMC and Caron Threads in this sampler and I have bordered it with realistic roses. My manager Kim said "I'll never stitch all those roses..." so I have included a plain border as an alternate choice for Kim and all her friends. The Quote is "When this you see...remember me..." This will be a Butternut Road design because I think improving samplers is always a reflection of the stitchers skill.
...Marilyn Leavitt-Imblum

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1. Rose Ann on 3/10/2015, said:

I am finding it quite difficult and very challenging especially using the Caron floss, but I love the pattern. Can't wait to see it framed it is going to be a Masterpiece!!!
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