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C. Zechendorf 1898

19th Century | Germany

With wide selvedges, the first school samplers made of canvas were almost square. The young schoolgirls at many German schools moved within this “framework” at the end of the 19th century. Smaller exercises in cross-stitches (lines, borders) in the upper area and simple alphabets were started. Usually the lower part was released for creative design by the teacher. Here, little C. Zechendorf chose a sweeping border and richly decorated her family name.


Crosses: 145 x 146
Size: 20,5 x 20,5 cm
Stitches: Cross stitch, double-running or Holbein stitch

Chart: 8,00 €

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