Margaret Randolph

Margaret Randolph
Margaret Randolph stitched by Jenny

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Tuesday, 21 January 2014

More Jean Scrimgeowr

This sampler continues to be an exercise in diligence and focus.  Lots of the little tendrils on band two are shaped differently, the vine is not symmetrical, the spacing of the flowers with respect to the vine varies…  And I love it!  
 

15 comments:

Lanie said...

So pretty Tommye ... your stitching is lovely!

diamondc said...

Beautiful

Catherine

Debbie Bauer said...

Very pretty. Your stitching is so nice. This sampler is going to be a beauty.

Cactusneedle said...

This is beautiful. How do you get your straight stitching to look so straight? Mine tends to be a little wavy. Not sure what I am doing wrong.

Bethany said...

Isn't it funny, how we love everything to look so perfect. I can imagine that Jean had a time doing this by candle light. This is truly a good reproduction, that will keep you on your toes....

Cheri said...

Just beautiful Tommye

Maria del Valle said...

I love it too!!

Brenda in WI said...

Beautiful - love it. Need to start mine soon. You are a great 3ncouragement.

Jenny said...

Your sampler is looking just lovely Tommye.

Vera said...

Beautiful Tommye - just gorgeous. I noticed that the leaves and flowers on the border I'm working on (Elizabeth Mitchell) are not completely the same either...some differ by just one stitch. I think that's what makes these samplers so interesting.

Jane in Wisconsin said...

Beautiful workmanship! Love your sampler

Faye said...

This is gor~GE~ous Tommye!!!!! You never cease to amaze me!!!

Nicola said...

Tommye you are an inspiration.

Pamela said...

Such a cheery color scheme!

Stitch Wizard said...

Beautiful stitching on this Tommye and I love these beautiful bright colors too.