N e e d l e p r i n t: American Folk Art Museum New York Online Collection
Sampler, by Lucy Low, 1776, Danvers, MA. From the collections of the American Folk Art Museum.
Bientot - new sampler by Gigi
Sally (Sarah) Johnson, 1799
Rare 18th century French sampler book with embroidered pages. Young ladies worked on samplers as a way to perfect their needlework and show off their skills.
An example of a 19th century sampler, embroidered by Mary Elizabeth Bendle, who was aged 11 when she completed it. The text reads; 'Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth he in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful. Mary Elizabeth Bendle, Aged 11, Velindre Board School, 1828.'
Big Flower Sampler - La D Da Looks like a fun stitch.
N e e d l e p r i n t: Erna Hiscock Samplers
Les libellules de Marie Leboeuf
RARE 18TH CENTURY SAMPLER.
Suzanne Lunel 1820
"Perform'd by Jane Moore in the 12th Year of her age 182?"
Sally Pickman Turner, Marblehead, Massachusetts, 1806. The Marblehead vital records indicate that Sally was born in 1793 to Samuel and Sally (Pickman) Turner, who were married there in 1793. In 1817 she married Samuel Stacey Trefry, also of Marblehead and they became the parents of 11 children born between 1820 and 1843. Sally died in the same town at age 94.
N e e d l e p r i n t: Judith Hayle Sampler For Private Sale - Rebekah Readdin 1691