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Saturday, 25 October 2014

EXCITING NEWS !!!


Marsha has just signed a licensing agreement with the State Historical Society of Wisconsin to reproduce this amazing early 18th century sampler made by Mary Hammand in 1732, possibly in Rhode Island.  It should be available in the spring of 2015.


This is going to be another beauty. Spring cannot come soon enough !!!





11 comments:

Heritage Hall said...

Nicola dear ~ Now that is one that cries out for reproduction.
Cannot wait... will stop the world
and immerse myself in that one.
Thank you, Marsha
Mary

samplerlover said...

Have always loved this one whenever I have seen it,

Bethany said...

Now, this is a fine piece of needle art. The verse, from what I can read, is wonderful. Looks like a very fine over one, except for the center. Marsha, you are amazing, thank you.

Theresa said...

My goodness! What an intricate looking sampler! Another gorgeous one!
And I only have Hanna Katerina barely started and
I was going to do Eleanor Parr after that, and I am stitching Mary Ann Hutton
for Christmas and... : )
(I think my family dr. is going to become famous for diagnosing a new disorder called "OCS" (obsessive compulsive stitcher) : )
(I agree though, Nicola, Spring can come sooner rather than later in 2015!)

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

Gorgeous, I love the combination of band sampler and pictorial sampler! Can't wait to see you stitch this one LOL

Debbie Bauer said...

Dido Theresa, my family already says I won't live long enough to stitch all the samplers I think I must have! Mary Hamond is a real beauty!

Margaret said...

Wow! That is gorgeous!

Jenny said...

Another lovely sampler....

Vera said...

Amazing!!!

sallyfr said...

Well within the realms of stunning!

I cannot wait to see the reproduced colors of this one.

Rena Jones said...

Wish that I could order now How Beautiful! Marsha you are something else. Let me know when I can order I loved Manifesto, right now on Mary Gail for our 50th anniversary !