Natural Linen Fabric Sampler Pack
This is a specially-selected collection of four types of natural-colored linen woven for hand embroidery.
Each piece is 12" x 12", making it suitable for one medium-sized project or several small projects by dividing into 6" squares.
With this sampler pack, you will experience four distinct types of linen that can be used for a number of hand embroidery applications, including various types of surface embroidery and counted work:
A high-thread-count "shot" linen with a smooth hand, suitable for all kinds of surface (and some counted) techniques. This is the linen used in Elisabetta Sforza's A Sea to Stitch.
A low-count, heavier, smooth-handed linen, perfect for linear stitch samplers, counted samplers, crewel work, historical canvas stitches, and some surface techniques.
A medium weight, 32/33 count light colored linen with a soft hand, perfect for general surface embroidery and some counted work.
A 45 count even-weave in a darker natural, ideal for fine counted work, re-creation samplers, general surface embroidery, drawn thread work, and other techniques.
Each linen is a different color of "natural," from warmer golden, to lighter sandy, to a deeper, grainy color.
The Sampler Pack comes with each linen clearly labeled and a card with types and descriptions, along with information on how to prepare your new linen for hand embroidery.
The fabric sampler packs are shipped to the US only, including Puerto Rico, within 1 business day. Purchases made on Friday will normally ship on Monday.
Due to unprecedented delays with First Class USPS shipping, all items will be mailed via Priority Mail. Even though this is slightly more expensive, it is more reliable and your package will normally arrive in a more timely manner.
Please double check your mailing address and your email address when you make your purchase to avoid delays or order cancellation.
If the fabric pack is sold out, please contact me for advanced notice for the next stock. You will receive an email before it is announced elsewhere.