Hands Across the Sea - Margaret Ferguson - Soie 1003 Thread Kit

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Margaret Ferguson is a beautiful sampler from Hands Across the Sea. 

The sampler is predominantly worked with cross stitch laid over two threads of linen. The window panes in the house are worked in satin stitches.

The sampler is suitable for confident beginners through to advanced needleworkers.s suitable for needleworkers of all abilities.

Kit Options

Choice of purchasing thread only OR as full kit.

Full Kit options:

Includes linen of choice + 21 spools of Soie 1003 thread, Printed Chart and 2 Tapestry Size 10 Beading Needles (Gift with Purchase + Free Shipping)

Linen Choices:

21 spool of Au Ver a Soie®, Soie 100/3 Kit Includes: 

  • SMS 022 Golden olive ~ light
  • SMS 134 Apricot ~ light
  • SMS 152 Moss green ~ dark
  • SMS 199 Olive green ~ medium
  • SMS 240 Yellow ~ medium
  • SMS 247 Mustard ~ light
  • SMS 284 Terracotta ~ light
  • SMS 303 Golden olive
  • SMS 328 Khaki green ~ light **Will be substitute with #658
  • SMS 329 Olive green ~ light
  • SMS 425 Tan ~ light **Will be substitute with #634
  • SMS 494 Salmon ~ medium
  • SMS 616 Golden olive ~ very dark
  • SMS 644 Coral ~ dark
  • SMS 652 Navy blue
  • SMS 654 Fern green ~ dark
  • SMS 655 Coral
  • SMS 673 Beige grey ~ ultra dark
  • SMS 685 Turquoise
  • SMS 755 Grey green ~ very dark
  • SMS Noir Black

***Please note, this item is excluded from any discounts or sales.

About the Sampler from Nicola Parkman:

"When studying Margaret’s sampler, the eye is drawn to the house with a blue slate roof that is flanked by trees that are heavily laden with pink blooms. Margaret tells us that the house is the Manse of Harlaw. The house that she stitched is very true to the actual building. 

Known today as Harlaw House, this grand Victorian home is set in three acres of grounds and can be found near Inverurie in Aberdeenshire, in the North East of Scotland. Today, Inverurie is a prosperous town whose history stretches back well over a thousand years. It lies in a strategically important location on the north bank of the River Don, opposite Port Elphinstone, and on the west bank of the River Urie. As a result of its location it has seen conflict more than once in its history."