27 spool of Au Ver a Soie®, Soie 100/3 Kit Includes:
SMS 029 ~ Grey green ~ medium
SMS 037 ~ Antique mauve ~ light
SMS 080 ~ Off white
SMS 096 ~ White lavender
SMS 115 ~ Driftwood
SMS 148 ~ Yellow beige ~ medium
SMS 149 ~ Old gold ~ medium
SMS 160 ~ Peach ~ very light
SMS 191 ~ Apple blossom
SMS 211 ~ Beige brown ~ ultra light
SMS 223 ~ Mauve ~ medium *May be substitute with 222
SMS 236 ~ Brown grey ~ dark
SMS 247 ~ Mustard ~ light
SMS 274 ~ Khaki green ~ dark
SMS 284 ~ Terracotta ~ light
SMS 344 ~ Salmon ~ light
SMS 376 ~ Antique mauve ~ dark
SMS 494 ~ Salmon ~ medium
SMS 580 ~ Mustard
SMS 584 ~ Driftwood ~ dark
SMS 596 ~ Black avocado green *May be substitute with 530
SMS 616 ~ Golden olive ~ very dark
SMS 648 ~ Garnet ~ very dark
SMS 694 ~ Driftwood ~ light
SMS 707 ~ Pine green ~ medium
SMS 712 ~ Grey green ~ very light
SMS 755 ~ Antique blue ~ dark
***Please note, this item is excluded from any discounts or sales.
About the Sampler from Nicola Parkman:
"Mrs Campbell tells us that she lived in Oban. Scotland is divided into two main regions, “Highland” and “Lowland”, with the border between the two areas called the “Highland Line”. The Highlands lie to the west and the Lowlands to the east of the line. All of Argyll, the county in which the Campbell clan have their seat of power, lies within the Highlands.
Oban is located in Argyll and is the unofficial capital of the West Highlands. Oban means “little bay” in the old Gaelic tongue. Nestled between the cliffs and shoreline of the dark blue waters of the Firth of Lorn, the town is fortunate to be protected from the worst Atlantic ravages by the island of Kerrera.
Mrs Campbell’s sampler is as beautiful and as colourful as the place in which she lived. The area has captivated artists, authors, composers, and poets for centuries. Mrs Campbell’s sampler has been a joy to reproduce and to stitch and we hope that you will be inspired to pick up your needle and stitch her sampler."