Map Sampler - A5 journalRegular price £10.00 Save £-10.00
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Ann Seaton, map sampler of England and Wales, 1790
Lined softback notebook with a cover image taken from the extensive sampler collection of The Fitzwilliam Museum. The creation of map samplers was a popular exercise in schools during the 1700 and 1800s, allowing students to practice their embroidery while learning geography. Lincolnshire schoolgirl Ann Seaton has used a combination of cross, double back, and satin stitches.
This design is also available on a jigsaw puzzle, tote bag, and lens cloth.
- A5 softback notebook
- 194 lined pages
- Elastic closure strap
- Printed in the UK on FSC approved paper
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