Fanny Bramley is a lovely school girl sampler from Hands Across the Sea Samplers.
The design is suitable for needleworkers of all abilities and is worked entirely in cross stitch over 2 threads of linen.
Choice of purchasing thread only, Printed Chart only or as full kit with linen.
Full Kit options:
- 37 ct option for 1 strand: Includes linen of choice, Printed Chart Booklet + 9 skeins of Soie d'Alger threads and 2 Tapestry Size 26 Needles (Gift with Purchase + Free Shipping)
- 30 ct option for 2 strands : Includes linen of choice, Printed Chart Booklet + 14 skeins of Soie d'Alger threads and 2 Tapestry Size 26 Needles (Gift with Purchase + Free Shipping)
- 30 ct Fat Half - Victoria Sponge Cake - 35" x 36"
- 37 ct Fat Quarter - Corn Tassel - 18" x 35"
- 37 ct Fat Quarter - Russian Tea Cake - 18" x 35"
- 38 ct Fat Quarter - Fuller's Teazel - 18" x 35"
Au Ver a Soie®, Soie d'Alger Includes:
- SDF 2144 Moss green ~ dark (2 skeins for 30 ct)
- SDF 2645 Salmon ~ very dark (4 skeins for 30 ct)
- SDF 2757 Grey green ~ medium
- SDF 3026 Raspberry ~ very dark
- SDF 3734 Khaki green ~ dark (2 skeins for 30 ct)
- SDF 4246 Hazelnut ~ dark
- SDF 4523 Desert sand
- SDF F11 Mocha brown ~ light
- SDF Noir Black
***Please note, this item is excluded from any discounts or sales.
About the Sampler from Nicola Parkman:
"Fanny Bramley in the tenth year of her age stitched a very pretty sampler. The alphabet in upper and lower case, separated by a pretty dividing row, has been stitched in a sweeping and attractive font. The body of the sampler has been laid out in a band format. We particularly like the dividing rows of plump strawberries and the two geometric rows. In the lower section, a four-storey house with many windows and three smoking chimneys takes centre stage. The shrubs that flank the house were an enjoyable stitch.
The sampler is contained within an unusual geometric border. Oh that border! Fanny’s maths was badly off and she ran into major problems. The sampler only has one perfect corner in the bottom left. This indicates to us that she started to stitch her border in this corner. Her border woes have given us a glimpse of Fanny’s personality and have endeared her and her sampler to us. She didn’t unpick and correct but simply improvised, quite creatively!"