Locust Grove Sampler
Counted Cross Stitch Kit
Locust Grove was built near Louisville, Kentucky, around 1790 as the home of William and Lucy Clark Croghan. George Rogers Clark, the Revolutionary War hero who was also Lucy's brother, spent the last nine years of his life here. Today, Locust Grove is a registered National Historic Landmark and is administered by Historic Locust Grove, Inc. The museum features a significant collection of antique samplers, whose motifs have been incorporated into this kit. Surrounding the image of the Locust Grove home are patterns from the following antique samplers.
Rose, borders, letters, and numbers: Catherine Melton 1825 Sampler.
Repeating Greek key design: Eliza H. Doe 1836 Sampler
Strawberries: Clark Sampler
Wreath and initials: RVS Memorial Sampler
Chevrons: Catherine Dix 1839 Sampler
Finished size 12" by 12" on 18 count Charles Craft fabric. Kit includes material, DMC floss, needle, instructions, and color photograph of finished project. Designed by Barbara Bangser for The Posy Collection
To order this kit:
1. Call 502-897-9845 and ask for the gift shop.
2. Ask for the Locust Grove Sampler Counted Cross Stitch Kit PC-712.
For more information about Locust Grove, visit the web site.
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