Elizabeth Cockerill 1831 is a reproduction of an early 19th century English cross stitch sampler from the private collection of Whilst Iris Naps Designs.
Elizabeth Cockerill 1831 is an easy to follow cross stitch chart in PDF format and includes all the stitching information you will need to complete and enjoy this reproduction. Upon purchase you will have access to both A4 (UK) and letter (US) formatted PDFs.
The stitch count is 154 x 212 and our model is stitched on 36ct Weeks Dye Works ‘Putty’ which measures 8 ½ x 11 ¾ inches (21.6 x 29.8 cm). The pattern is stitched with 1 strand floss over 2 linen threads except for a small amount of over one at the end of each verse line. We used Weeks Dye Works threads but we include a DMC conversion table in the PDF. Also provided in the PDF are; approximate sizes for other fabric counts, large scale detail of the over one area and symbol and colour versions of the chart.
We have been able to uncover many details about Elizabeth. She had a very sad start to her life but, thanks to her family and the community she lived in, a desperate situation would be overcome. We loved getting to know our stitcher and have included notes on her life as part of the download.
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