Made in the USA
A reticule pattern that includes 9 different types made from either linen or cotton all that close with draw strings based on originals from the Daughters of the American Revolution Museum. Each reticule is detailed with date and provenance from Pennsylvania, New Hampshire and Massachusetts. These became popular starting about the 1790s and continued in use through about the 1820s. Scale photographs are included as reference for ink drawings and embroydery patterns but no embroidery stitch guides are included.
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 31 October, 2019.