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Modern Folk Embroidery - In Friendship: A Quaker Style Sampler - Booklet Chart

Modern Folk Embroidery - In Friendship: A Quaker Style Sampler - Booklet Chart

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A physical booklet chart for Modern Folk Embroidery's design "In Friendship: A Quaker Style Sampler", one of two exclusive Jacob-Palooza designs. Please see the chart description below for more details.

This chart measures 171 crosses wide and 121 crosses tall for a total of 6724 crosses. 

Looking for floss? We recommend stitching this with Roxy Floss Co Falu Red, Roxy Floss Co Royale, or Roxy Floss Co Chalkboard

You will need 2 skeins of floss for stitching this chart 1 over 2. You will need 4 skeins of floss for stitching this chart 2 over 2.

A wide eighth is enough for all linen counts. If stitching on 28ct, you will only have a 2.25-inch border on the short side of the fabric. 

A wide sixth is enough for all aida counts. If stitching on 14ct, you will only have a 2.25-inch border on the short side of the fabric.

Looking for fabric? We recommend stitching this chart on either Roxy Floss Co Speculaas or Roxy Floss Co Biscuit

From the Designer:

Quakers belong to The Religious Society of Friends. Through their beliefs, activism, and empathy, they were at the forefront of the abolition movement and made considerable steps in psychiatric care. They took great importance in education for both boys and girls. At the Ackworth school in Yorkshire, girls were taught regular school subjects, but also created the now famous Ackworth needlework samplers.

When looking at those samplers from the late 18th and very early 19th century, we sometimes see that they were made as gifts from one Quaker girl to another. I really like the idea of gifting something made with love and attention. This relatively small design seeks to replicate some of the beauty found on those Ackworth samplers.

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