Mary Jane Eckert Sampler Machine Embroidery Design


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Made in Chardon, Ohio

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Mary Jane Eckert’s sampler was originally stitched in 1827, most likely somewhere on the east coast. It has delightful birds, dogs and flowers. What appears to be her brick home is overshadowed by a huge pot of flowers and a gigantic bird. An unusually placed alphabet is stitched vertically and backwards on the left and top. The large alphabet was done with Algerian Eyelet stitches. When complete it will fit a 10 x 14 inch frame nicely. It comes in two parts so please make sure your machine can use a hoop that is 200 x 260 mm and has design positioning. Due to the nature of digitizing the cross stitches, it cannot be resized or they go wonky. The formats are: 10o, dst, exp, jef, pec, pes, vip, vp3, xxx.

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Beautiful pattern thank you so much
May 17, 2016 by beverly Korn

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