This lovely cross stitch pattern by Riverdrift House is a reproduction of a Welsh sampler stitched by 12-year-old Catherine Jones in 1866. Stitched in vibrant blues and reds, the motifs depict life in the island community of Anglesey. A pretty manor house is surrounded by flowers, wildlife, and the sailing ships and copper mine so central to the community.
This design is available as a printed pattern. You can purchase just the pattern, or save yourself the time of tracking down supplies by selecting one of the bundle options which include thread and fabric. A free tapestry needle is included with each bundle option!
- Stitching area: 297 stitches wide x 205 stitches high
- Finished size: 18-1/2" x 12-3/4" on 14-count Aida or 28-count linen
- Types of stitches: Cross stitch
Optional stitching bundles include the Anglesey printed pattern plus: