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DOROTHY GRAEME (1734) Dorothy's gaily colored sampler is set up in tablet form. On the left side of the sampler she stitched the Lord's Prayer and on the right the Ten Commandments in rhyming form. All lines are separated by small pattern bands. The name Graeme is of Scottish origin and the original of this sampler can be found in the Royal Scottish Museum, access no. A1962-1056. Dorothy stitched her sampler in silk using reversible cross, satin, double running, alternating herringbone, cross stitch over one, and algerian eye.

Size: 10" x 14.5" (26cm x 36.5cm)
Thread Count: 40 count (16th/cm)linen
Recommended Level: Intermediate
Cost: Chart $18.00
Categories: Scottish
ID: 222

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