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The Elizabeth Mattuce sampler depicts a church (probably either St. Philips or the Unitarian Church) in Charleston. It is comprised of cross stitch over one and two threads, queen stitch, backstitch and satin stitch. It is done on 35 count ivory linen with cotton thread. The finished size is approximately 12" by 14" (chart option also available).
The Sarah Ann Wilcox Sampler depicts the long tailed sheep, which has been linked to the Charleston area. This sampler is comprised of cross stitch over one and two threads, eyelet and satin stitch. It is done on 35 count tea linen with silk thread. The finished size is approximately 13 1/2" by 15" (chart option also available).
Sarah Rosenstock's Baltimore Album Quilt was made in 1857, and is part of The Charleston Museum's permanent textile collection. This is a great applique quilt for beginners as well as more advanced quilt makers. The pattern includes a general instruction sheet, patterns for the final four blocks in this series and an image of the sample. You can use the pattern to make a wall hanging or continue to collect all of the patterns to make the entire quilt. This folk art Album quilt will make wonderful pillows for you home or a gift for a special friend. This is a wonderful quilt to add to your collection.
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