Eliza Canfield Sampler for Machine Embroidery

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Made in Chardon, Ohio

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Eliza Canfield was born in 1804 in Hambden, Geauga County, Ohio. She was the eldest daughter of four children born to Norman and Susannah (nee Bond) Canfield, the first permanent family in Chardon. They moved in 1803 from Litchfield, Herkimer County, New York to Bondstown (named for Eliza’s mother’s family) and what is now known as Hambden. Eliza was likely taught to sew by her mother who grew up in Mendon, Massachusetts. The designs she learned to sew for her sampler would have been reminiscent of what her mother learned as a girl. Eliza would have been eight years of age when this type of marking sampler was sewn.
This replica sampler is made up of 3 parts. It uses a 240 X 150mm hoop. Full color instructions and color changes are included. Multiformatted for: dst, exp, hus, pec, pes, vip, vp3, and xxx, Finished size is approximately 8-1/2 by 12-3/4 inches. This is a zip file.
The hand stitched graph is offered by The Chardon Square Association.

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