Hands Across the Sea - Annie Bayliss 1887 ~ God Save The Queen ~ Soie 1003 Thread Kit
Annie Bayliss, 1877 ~ God Save the Queen is another unique small sampler from Hands Across the Sea Samplers.
The sampler is suitable for needleworkers of all levels of ability.
The design is worked in cross stitch over one and two threads of linen and running stitch. The sampler could be stitched over 4 and 2 threads of linen if preferred.
Kit Options :
Choice of purchasing thread only, Printed Chart Booklet or as full kit.
Full Kit options:
Includes linen + 1 spool of Soie 1003 thread, Printed Chart Booklet and 2 Tapestry Size 10 Beading Needles + Free Shipping (Gift with Purchase)
Note, if full kit (thread+linen+chart) is purchased and shipping is charged >> we will refund the difference. We have a limitation on our website. Please contact us if you have any questions.
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1 Spool of Au Ver a Soie®, Soie 1003 Includes:
- SMS 109
***Please note, this item is excluded from any discounts or sales.
About the Sampler from Nicola Parkman:
"Annie’s monochrome sampler has been a delight to reproduce. The little girl recorded that her sampler was stitched in Belvedere and completed in the December of 1887. She dedicated her sampler to her sovereign with the words “God Save The Queen”.
Belvedere is a town in the south-east of London that lies close to the River Thames.
The year of 1887 that Annie’s sampler marked was a very special year in Great Britain’s history. This year was the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria.
Royal jubilees are an occasion to celebrate the life and reign of a monarch and are significant events which are celebrated around the world. Though the concept of the jubilee began in biblical times, today the term is most closely associated with the Royal Family and the ceremony and spectacle which the term symbolises."