Sheltered from the Cold by Hands to Work


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Stitch count: 157w x 214h
Design size (40 ct. over 2): 8 x 10.75

From the designer —

The colorful sampler by Mary Ann Cowland was stitched in 1884. Mary Ann attended St. Joseph school in Ushaw Moor, England which is still in use today. Ushaw Moor is a village in N.E. England that originally was a mining village which may ben been established in the 16th century.

“How many Children in the Street half naked I behold while I Am clothed from head to foot And sheltered from the cold”

Designer’s choice —
40 ct. Cappuccino Linen
Choose your favorite fabric to make this your own; a swatch of Cappuccino
is included for your reference. Want or need a recommendation? Check out
40 ct. Silver Moon Newcastle.

Classic Colorworks: Cherry Cobbler, Honeycomb, Old Money, Pea Pod, Pebble Beach
DMC: 3371
Gentle Art Sampler Threads: Mulberry, Terra Cotta
Gentle Art Simply Shaker: Mountain Mist, Pecan Pie
Weeks Dye Works: Blue Suede, Carrot, Dolphin, Juniper, Lichen, Pink Sand, Teal Frost

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