Marie Agenon 1899 - Cross stitch pattern

This pattern is a faithful replica of an antique sampler stitched in 1899 by Marie Agenon. What is very interesting about this sampler is that Marie stitched a similar one in 1888, both were worked in red threads and feature very similar alphabets and motifs.

The sampler has visible alignment flaws and mistakes, the reproduction is charted exactly how it was stitched.

Design Area: 263 x 265 stitches

If stitched on 28 ct linen/ 14 ct aida the pattern will measure:

18.79" x 18.93" / 47.7 x 48 cm

Contains:

  • Chart in two different format. Black and white, and color with symbol.
  • Photos of the original sampler
  • Large chart for easy printing

Materials you need at home:

  • Embroidery floss
  • Linen, aida or the embroidery fabric of your choice.
  • Embroidery needles, and sharp scissors
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Virginie Lykins

Hi,

My name is Virginie Lykins, I’m an independent student of historical needlework and founder of Roland-designs.com.

I collect, preserve and do digital reproductions of antique patterns, my specialties are Berlin woolwork designs, Sajou and samplers.

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