Cross stitch pattern from Modern Folkart Embroidery featuring two rectangular Quaker medallion samplers, that can be stitched together on the same cloth, or separately. The samplers feature the words "Whoso findeth me findeth love" and "For I am thine and thou art mine".
Cross stitch pattern from The Sampler House featuring the alphabet and the phrase "Worked by Harriet Hazlin. Born in the state of Massachusetts August 17, 1856 by humility and the fear of God are riches honor and life"
Model stitched on 35 ct. Northern Cross linen using DMC thread. Stitch count is 141 x 113.
Cross stitch pattern from Romy's Creations featuring Winifred from the Halloween movie Hocus Pocus!
Model stitched on 32 ct Witch Tina linen from Fairywool in the Wood using Romy's Creations (Winter Violet, Mistletoe, Green Apples, Garnet, Orange Brick, Charcoal) and DMC or all DMC threads. Stitch count is 80 x 84.
Cross stitch pattern from Salty Stitcher Designs featuring the nautical phrase "She had one bow'gun of a hundred ton, and a great stern-gun beside. They dipped their noses deep in the sea. Thy racked their stays and stanchions free in the wash of the wind -whipped tide"!
Pattern is stitched on the linen of your choice using DMC floss. Stitch count is 310 x 232.
The model was stitched on 30 count Old Salem Linen by The Primitive Hare using Gentle Arts Sampler Thread. The stitch count is 136 x 193.
The recommended fabric allows for a 2 inch border.
Cross Stitch pattern from The Primitive Hare featuring the phrase "My soul is fed with needle and thread"!
This sampler is an ode to the classic mourning samplers of old, complete with a weeping Willow tree and cemetery urn, but wit's a modern twist, incorporating references to many favorite authors, movies, and science fiction television shows.
The model is stitched on 32 count Cocoa from W... Read more
Cross stitch pattern from Needle Work Press featuring a sampler with the phrase "The loss of a father is much but the loss of a mother is more but he loss of Christ is such a loss as no one can restore".
Pattern is stitched on 30 ct Cornsilk from Weeks Dye Works using Classic Colorworks floss. Stitch count is 170 x 202.