Hands Across the Sea - Mary Wigglesworth, 1812 - Soie d'Alger Thread Kit
Mary Wigglesworth, 1812 is another beautiful historical sampler from Hands Across the Sea.
The sampler has been rated as suitable for needleworkers of all abilities.
The original sampler was stitched with cross stitch over two threads of linen with the exception of the word “heart” which is worked in cross stitch over one thread.
Kit Options :
Choice of purchasing thread only, printed chart only OR as full kit.
Full Kit options:
- 37 ct option for 1 strand: Includes linen of choice + 13 skeins of Soie d'Alger threads, Printed Chart Booklet and 2 Tapestry Size 26 Needles (Gift with Purchase + Free Shipping)
- 30 ct option for 2 strands : Includes linen of choice + 18 skeins of Soie d'Alger threads, Printed Chart Booklet and 2 Tapestry Size 28 Needles (Gift with Purchase + Free Shipping)
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Au Ver a Soie®, Soie d'Alger kit Includes:
SDF 1426 x 1 Navy blue ~ dark
SDF 2144 x 1 Olive green
SDF 2146 x 1 Khaki green ~ dark
SDF 2634 x 1 Apricot
SDF 2757 x 1 Grey green ~ medium
SDF 2915 x 1 Salmon ~ medium (3 skeins for 30 ct version)
SDF 2922 x 1 Christmas red
SDF 3046 x 1 Mauve ~ dark (2 skeins for 30 ct version)
SDF 3735 x 2 Avocado green ~ dark (4 skeins for 30 ct version)
SDF 3821 x 1 Old gold ~ very light
SDF 3823 x 1 Tan ~ light ** #3824 or #4223 will be substituted
SDF 3834 x 1 Mustard ~ medium
***Please note, this item is excluded from any discounts or sales.
About the Sampler from Nicola Parkman:
"Mary was the daughter of Jonathan and Mary Holmes and was baptised on February 24, 1754 in Hampsthwaite, Yorkshire. She was the second daughter to have been named Mary, the first having died before her first birthday. At the age of 10, Mary lost her mother, we suspect in childbirth. Jonathan remarried two years later.
Mary married William Wigglesworth on November 24, 1782 at St Thomas of Canterbury Church, Hampsthwaite. Mary and William were cousins, the Wigglesworths and Holmes’ families having intermarried through earlier generations. The families were connected with Padside Hall, Thornthwaite in the parish of Hampsthwaite.
We do not know if Mary and William had children. They settled in Addingham, a village a short distance from Thornthwaite."