"Ohio Treasure" cross stitch design is an antique adaptation of an original sample from Ohio, date 1800-1850 and is held by the Wisconsin Historical Society. This will be the last year this design is available. This was originally released in 2013 and was given a 5 year window for sale by the WHS and I have a limited number of charts left.
I'm so happy to finally show you my latest design. This one was truly fun to create
and I really loved mixing in a bit of wool on this.
"Merry & Bright"
The model was stitched one over two linen strands on 32ct Dirty Ewe linen by Dames of the Needle with Classic Colorworks Belle Soie Red Fox. I love the variation the silk gives and it's so wonderful to stitch with. The wool trees were a breeze to stitch on and a template is provided with the pattern. I purchased the wool from The Merry Hooker. The color is called Pepperberry and matched the Red Fox silk perfectly.
I did a simple trim around the edge with a matching red yarn.
Stitch Count 107 x 108.
Finally, I want to thank my dear friend Cindy Ruckman Cabrey for stitching the model. Every stitch is always beautiful.
This will be available in shops very soon and will also listed in my Etsy shopfor your convenience.
Thank you very much my fellow stitchers for all your continued support.
Historic Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
I fell in love with stitching counted cross stitch over 20 years ago and it has become a part of my every day routine. I love anything primitive, so I'm drawn to stitching and designing in that style. Threadwork Primitives reflects my love for old and prim.
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