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17th Century, English by Anne Lawle at The Fitzwilliam Museum  Linen pictorial band sampler embroidered with polychrome silks in cross, Montenegrin cross, double running, satin, split, trellis and detached buttonhole stitch. Linen thread is worked in the hem and double running, counted satin and eye stitch with needle weaving, and drawn and cutwork with needle lace filling stitches make up the top band of the sampler.

Wonderful band sampler in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.

Sampler, 1786. Medium: silk, linen, metal-wrapped silk, hair, metal strips Technique: embroidered using cross, tent stem, satin, and rococo (queen) stitches on plain weave.

Polly Turner’s sampler, worked in is one of the earliest known examples made at Mary Balch’s school in Providence, Rhode Island. According to tradition,

Randje per week, maar dan anders.

Randje per week, maar dan anders.

1663 Annetie Muusdochter  11 jaar  Broek in Waterland

Look at this: one of the oldest dated Dutch samplers around! The sampler was finished by Maertghin Cornelis in Only a handfull of Dutch samplers are date

Giovanni's Alphabet - Beautiful sampler.

Tempting Tangles cross stitch patterns and kits

C1800 New England Antique Needlework Sampler Martha Clark Northampton Mass

New England Antique Needlework Sampler Martha Clark Northampton Mass

Fitzwilliam Museum Collections Explorer - Object T.15-1950 (Id:110904) (Dorcas Haynes from Scarlet Letter)

Fitzwilliam Museum Collections Explorer - Object (Dorcas Haynes from Scarlet Letter)

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