Hands Across the Sea - Mary Ann Diaper, 1826 - Soie d'Alger Thread Kit
Mary Ann Diaper, 1826 is a sampler from Hands Across the Sea - at only at only eight years of age, finished her sampler in the year 1826. Mary Ann’s sampler has been rated as suitable for confident beginners through to advanced needleworkers.
**Please note, Sampler Kit does not include chart. Purchase is required separately on Hands Across the Sea.**
Kit Options :
Choice of purchasing thread only OR as full kit.
Full Kit options:
Includes linen of choice + 28 skeins of Soie d'Alger thread and 2 Tapestry Size 26 Needles (Gift with Purchase)
- 30 ct Fat Half of Victoria Sponge Cake - 35" x 36"
- 37 ct Fat Half of Corn Tassel -35" x 36"
- 38 ct Fat Half of Fuller's Teazel - 35" x 36"
28 skeins of Au Ver a Soie®, Soie d'Alger Kit Includes:
- SDF 934 ~ Christmas red ~ light
- SDF 1713 ~ Antique blue ~ light
- SDF 2623 ~ Orange spice ~ light
- SDF 2626 ~ Red copper ~ dark
- SDF 2756 ~ Grey green ~ light
- SDF 2922 ~ Christmas red
- SDF 3022 ~ Dusty rose
- SDF 3025 ~ Dusty rose ~ ultra very dark
- SDF 3222 ~ Pewter ~ very light
- SDF 3414 ~ Shell grey ~ dark
- SDF 3744 ~ Golden olive ~ very dark
- SDF 3831 ~ Drab brown ~ very light
- SDF 3833 ~ Drab brown ~ light
- SDF 3834 x 3 ~ Drab brown
- SDF 3835 ~ Brown grey ~ dark
- SDF 3836 ~ Brown grey ~ very dark
- SDF 4241 ~ Tawny ~ light
- SDF 4513 ~ Tan
- SDF 4525 ~ Hazelnut brown ~ dark
- SDF 4624 ~ Garnet
- SDF 4631 ~ Mauve ~ light
- SDF F05 ~ Tan ~ultra very light
- SDF F09 ~ Hazelnut brown ~ light
- SDF Noir x 2 ~ Black
- SDF Optique ~ Winter white
***Please note, this item is excluded from any discounts or sales.
About the Sampler from Nicola Parkman:
“The longest road out is the shortest road home”
Who can resist a red house sampler? Jane’s colourful sampler glows with good cheer. Contained within a stylised red carnation border is a delightful scene of a sturdy redbrick house surrounded by urns of fruit, four birds and auriculas. The parkland abounds with deer, two small dogs and an aristocratic cat with tail held high. The three chimneys, with smoke billowing, create a feeling of “home is where the hearth is” and adds to the overall feeling of warmth the sampler conveys.
Jane stitched the number four in 1840 backwards. Writing numbers backwards (mirror-writing) is not unusual for young children, it is how their brain processes what they see.