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Isabella Cook-1836

Isabella Cook-1836This is the second sampler made by Isabella, her first one was worked in 1835. A well balanced small spot sampler with a queen in her garden. This motif is almost identical to those found on Dutch samplers where it is referred to as the “Maid of Holland, a freedom symbol after the
Spanish war. Isabella was born the 3rd of May, 1828 in Saddell And Skipness, Argyll, Scotland to William Cook and Mary Thomson.
This sampler is worked mainly in cross-stitch, some cross over one and rice stitch.

Size: 7.5" x 8" (19 cm x 20.5cm)
Thread Count: Worked on 40 count (16thr/cm) linen )
Recommended Level: Beginner to Intermediate
Cost: cht. $22.00
Categories: Scottish, Miniatures
ID: 300

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