Hands Across the Sea - Emily Wildhack, 1874 ~ Soie 1003 Thread Kit

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Pre Order Available. Estimated Ship Date: Late Feb 2023

Emily Wildhack, 1874 is a beautiful historical sampler from Hands Across the Sea Samplers. 

The project is suitable for needleworkers of all levels of ability. 

Kit Options : 

Choice of purchasing thread only, Printed Chart only or as full kit with linen.

Full Kit options:

Includes linen + 13 spools of Soie 1003  thread, Printed Chart Booklet and 2 Tapestry Size 10 Beading Needles + Free Shipping  (Gift with Purchase)

Linen Choices:

  • 37 ct Fat Quarter - Russian Tea Cake - 18" x 35"
  • 37 ct Fat Quarter - Corn Tassel - 18" x 35"
  • 45 ct Fat Eighth - Foxtail Millet - 17.5" x 18"
  • 53/63 ct Fat Eighth Sycamore Seed Pod - 18" x 29"
  • 53/63 ct  Fat Eighth Gothic Ivory - 18" x 29"

13 Spools of Au Ver a Soie®, Soie 1003 Includes:

  • SMS 031 ~ Yellow beige ~ medium
  • SMS 079 ~ Avocado green ~ medium
  • SMS 080 ~ Cream
  • SMS 108 ~ Fern green
  • SMS 170 ~ Beaver grey ~ medium
  • SMS 188 ~ Driftwood ~ dark
  • SMS 375 ~ Garnet ~ very dark
  • SMS 378 ~ Avocado green ~ dark
  • SMS 486 ~ Antique blue ~ medium
  • SMS 494 ~ Salmon ~ medium
  • SMS 523 ~ Salmon ~ very dark
  • SMS 557 ~ Antique violet ~ medium
  • SMS 580 ~ Khaki green ~ medium

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

    About the Sampler from Nicola Parkman:

    "Emily’s needlework has been reproduced using the slightly mellowed colours found on the front of her sampler. The ten-year-old child used wool and 20ct Penelope canvas to create an elegant sampler that gracefully flows from row to row. Her sampler contains elements that are reminiscent of the artwork on Roman Catholic prayer cards. Emily recorded that she completed her pretty sampler on November 18, 1874 at the Convent of Mercy in Chelsea.

    Emily Augustine Marie Wildhack was born on April 13, 1864 in Chelsea, London, to Robert Andrew Frederick Wildhack and Marie Josephine Arcolier. Robert, a courier, was born in Vienna and became a naturalised British subject; Marie was born in Belgium. They married on August 31, 1847 in London. Emily was named after a sister who died in 1860 before reaching her first birthday."