6 Object Results

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Sampler (embroidery)
September 18 1795

One number sequence, two alphabet sequences, floral border in black yarn. Stitches used: cross, eyelet, rice. Made by Phoebe Dutton or Button, age 9, in New England.

Sampler in several different colors, including tan, teal, dark green, dark blue, white and black. Features several different version of the alphabet with different patterned divides in between. Flo...

Three cross stitched alphabet sequences, one number sequence, one border, one verse, hard to read. In three pieces, much wear. Made by Esther Robinson in Newport, RI.

Three alphabet sequences, one number sequence, one border, large and small flowers throughout. Very long format. Thread was originally silk and linen, bright colored 1890's wool thread added. Stitc...

Long format, three alphabet sequences, house, flowers, one border. Stitches: tent, queen, cross.

Two alphabet sequences, one number sequence, no decorations, monochrome, done all in cross stitch.

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