RISD Museum: Nabby Martin, American, 1775-1864. Sampler, 1786. Linen plain weave with silk and metallic-wrapped yarn embroidery. Length: 38.1 cm (15 inches). Museum Appropriation Fund 17.361
Lot 55. RARE EARLY AMERICAN SAMPLER— important 1781 Boston schoolgirl silk on canvas sampler by Betsey Bentley, aged 12, rendered in satin stitch, w/ “linsey-woolsey” border, 21" x 16" overall, 13¼" x 8½" central panel.
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Jane Wilson antique needlework sampler
Three Things Sampler by Moira Blackburn https://stitchandfrog.com/cross-stitch-patterns/three-things-sampler
A Fine Needlework Sampler, Nancy Forrest, Canterbury or Northfield, New Hampshire Inscribed Nancy Forrest's Sampler Wrought in the Fourteenth Year of Her Age, 1811. Silk or linen with all over stitching bands of alphabets, curling vines, rose bushes and chain-stitched roundels and embroidery. For similar examples: Betty Ring, Girlhood Embroidery, vol I, 1992, p. 234, fig. 270
A 19th Century Sampler Dated 1865 ~ From The Collection Of The Late Regine Deforges
Cross borders showing people, animals, a house, Adam and Eve and a border of identified crowns with two inscriptions. This sampler is medium: silk embroidery on linen technique: long-armed cross, herringbone, double running, detached looping, buttonhole, and couching stitches on plain weave. Its dimensions are: 47.5 x 22.5 cm (18 11/16 x 8 7/8 in.). It is inscribed ""This sampler was begun may 14 1709" "JEAN PORTER SAMPLER WAS FINISHED APRIL THE 6 1710"". This sampler is from United…
Sarah Day 1827, Tempus fugit
Eliza Dell, aged 9, 1800. A great use of repeating patterns in this one -- checks, stripes, the border, the branches and their leaves. Solid composition and a good example of the craft.