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REBECCA'S FLOWERS - by Ellen Chester
Chart only. Model stitched on 36 count linen

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Rebecca Price’s 1825 sampler inspired me to design Rebecca’s Flowers when I realized how lovely some of her motifs would be on a bobbin. You can also finish and frame your work or make a pillow or pincushion using any of the motifs.

Charts are included for three slightly different sampler versions of various dimensions. Antique bobbins vary in size, so instructions guide you to match one of the charts with fabric of the necessary thread count so that your sampler will fit your bobbin. The bobbin used on the model is 8 inches tall. The bobbin barrel (rod) is 7-inches long and has a circumference of 5-3/8 inches, but bobbins of other dimensions can be used.

You can use either linen or Aida if you are making a framed sampler or a pillow, but I recommend using linen if you want to attach your sampler to a bobbin.

The model was stitched on 36-count Straw linen from Weeks Dye Works, Inc. using silk thread from Needlepoint, Inc. DMC substitutions are listed in the directions.

Stitch counts:
Bobbin Version 1 is 93 wide x 120 high
Bobbin Version 2 is 87 wide x 120 high
Bobbin Version 3 is 87 wide x 104 high

Stitches used: cross stitch. If attaching your sampler to a bobbin, you will also use eyelet and nun’s stitches.

Stitch diagrams, detailed stitching directions, and bobbin assembly directions are provided.



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