AMANDA JEWEL 1816

Amanda Jewel

This sampler was made in St. Albans, Vermont. A naturalistic four-sided floral border surrounds a central reserve with alphabets and a pictorial scene. The house is so distinctive that it is probably a depiction of Amanda's own home. Made under the tutelage of B. Samson, the sampler makes use of a variety of stitches listed below. The brickwork of the house is stitched with a combination of regular and narrow (horizontal) cross stitches, resulting in an interesting visual effect.

Origin and date: St. Albans, Vermont, 1816
Rated: Beginning
Linen count/finished size: 25 count, 17-1/2"x11-1/2"
Stitches: Cross, long arm cross, fishbone,
eyelet, herringbone
Source: The Shelburne Museum in Shelburne, Vermont

Kit with cotton floss: $49.00
Kit with silk floss: $85.00
Graph only: $12.00
Finished Model: $600.00

 
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