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Sampler Date: 1709; Culture: British; Medium: Silk and wool on canvas; Dimensions: H. 21 x W. 7 3/4 inches (53.3 x 19.7 cm)

Sampler Date: 1801 Culture: British Medium: Silk on wool canvas Dimensions: H. 16 1/4 x W. 12 1/2 inches (41.3 x 31.8 cm) Classification: Textiles-Embroidered Credit Line: From the Collection of Mrs. Lathrop Colgate Harper, Bequest of Mabel Herbert Harper, 1957

Folk Art Sampler; for JuJu....reminded me of you...looks like red willow....could do it in blue:)

this would be perfect for a clutch! Hungarian Embroidery fragment

Hospitality Penny Rug 21" x 31"

American Folk Art Museum-must use this idea-so lovely

Primitive Folk Art Cross Stitch Pattern: THE BIRDS & the BEES -- 4 Little Springtyme Samplers

Artist unidentified Vicinity of Albany, New York 1858–1863 American Folk Art Museum, gift of the trustees, 1979.7.1 The Bird of Paradise Quilt Top, made during the Civil War period, is thought to be an unfinished marriage or wedding quilt. This idea is supported by the vertical rows of appliqued blocks that feature pairs of birds and other animals. In addition to these animal pairs, other symbols of union and fertility can be found on the bedcover.

Embroidered Sampler Maker: Harriott Cates (born ca. 1817) Date: 1823 Geography: England Culture: British Medium: Embroidered silk on wool Dimensions: 17 x 14 1/2 in. (43.2 x 36.8 cm) Classification: Textiles

Sampler, by Lucy Low, 1776, Danvers, MA. From the collections of the American Folk Art Museum.