|Item Name:||1831 Christmas|
|Sub-Category:||Plum Street Samplers|
|Item Number:||PSS - 10176|
From Plum Street Samplers, Originally named Cotswold Christmas, but the designer realized her sheep looks nothing like the Cotswold breed, so changed the name. However, 1831 is the year that Cotswolds were introduced to the US. ;) Stitch Count: 81w x 67h Linen used: 36 ct. Vintage Meadow Rue Threads used: The Gentle Art in Woodrose, Old Red Paint (more of a brown dye lot, rather than pink, if possible), Toasted Barley, Shaker White, Linen, Endive, Wood Trail, Wheat Fields, and Oatmeal. A conversion to DMC is provided. Trim used: Mini pompom trim by Lady Dot Creates
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