Corrections


I am so sorry for the errors that slip through. Even with multiple people checking for mistakes... it happens. If you have any questions please let me know and I will do what I can to help.

Bouquet 1813





I have had a couple questions regarding the Garrison Green and Oscar in this kit.  There is an 18" length of Garrison Green and 36" length of Oscar in the kit.  I had plenty of thread as did most people I have heard from but a couple people have run out or are questioning running out of the Garrison Green.  These greens are very similar...just wanted a slight difference in color.  I would leave the band on the left until last and if you feel you are going to run out of the Garrison Green, stitch it in the Oscar instead...trust me...you will see NO difference in the finished product.

BG 1874
With Needle and Thread
Elizabeth Lamb




  • If you have a first printing of this chart that has two duplicate symbols, please contact me for a corrected chart.
  • The alphabet within your chart for personalization is a few stitches shorter than what you see on the model. After stitching the model I "played" around with various initials and some looked too crowded so I made the alphabet slightly smaller. If you would like longer letters please email me and I will send them to you.
  • Pg. 6 - The written instructions at the top of the page say to use NPI 346. This should read NPI 244
4th of July Picnic
With Needle and Thread
Elizabeth Lamb




  • Onyx and Dungarees are the same symbol!
  • Refer to your color photo
    • Dungarees used on woman's skirt, on zig zag near upper left corner, and small square turned on its side within the Ohio star band on the left side of the sampler.
  • The alphabet within your chart for personalization is a few stitches shorter than what you see on the model. After stitching the model I "played" around with various initials and some looked too crowded so I made the alphabet slightly smaller. If you would like longer letters please email me and I will send them to you.
  • Pg. 6 - The written instructions at the top of the page say to use NPI 346. This should read NPI 244