19th Century American Reproduction Sampler Kits

As the population moved west, the art of samplermaking did as well, manifesting itself in new regional styles, as much influenced by the scarcity of sewing materials and leisure time, as by the individual genius of the girls and women who created the samplers. Our collection of nineteenth century American samplers spans the country from Massachusetts to Virginia to Ohio.

Samplers are in alphabetic order by the title or last name of the stitcher. To search the list for a word or phrase, type it in the box below and click the search button. For example, type ann to find all samplers with the name ann in the title. Type a to find all stitcher's last names or titles starting with the letter A.

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Lucy Maria Wiggin
19th Century American Samplers
Origin and date: Portsmouth, New Hampshire,
circa 1822
Rated: Intermediate
Linen count/finished size: 25 count, 18"x16"
Stitches: Cross, stem, satin
Source: Strawbery Banke Museum, Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Kit with cotton floss: $60.00
Kit with silk floss: $99.00
Graph only: $18.00
Finished Model: $750.00

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Elizabeth Wisler
19th Century American Samplers
Origin and date: Pennsylvania German, 1845
Rated: Beginning
Linen count/finished size: 35 count, 16-1/4"x14-1/4"
Stitches: Cross stitch
Source: The Allentown Art Museum
Kit with cotton floss: $40.00
Kit with silk floss: $70.00
Graph only: $7.00

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