Dropcloth Samplers is a line of hand-drawn embroidery samplers, printed and ready for you to jump in and start stitching right away! Each pattern is hand drawn by Rebecca Ringquist in her Portland, Oregon studio, and printed for you to embroider with your own color and thread choices. Rebecca describes them as coloring book pages for embroidery. There's no preparation necessary - they arrive ready to stitch!
The Log Cabin Sampler is the third in a series of embroidery patterns inspired by traditional quilt patterns! Like the Picnic Sampler and Yo Yo Rainbow, it offers a brightly painted background with a quilt-inspired design, ready for you to customize with your own stitches.
- Preprinted cotton fabric.
- Basic instructions.
- Sampler measures approximately 8" x 9"
What you'll need:
- Embroidery hoop
- Threads (you can use traditional 2-strand or 3-strand threads, perle cotton, or our Rustic Wool Threads)
About Rebecca and Dropcloth:
The story of Dropcloth Samplers started at Squam Art Workshops. In the summer of 2010, on a whim, Rebecca designed and printed an embroidery sampler, and sold over a hundred of them at the Squam Art Sale. Word got around the blog-o-sphere, and one thing led to another. Why "dropcloth"? A dropcloth is something that can get messy - a piece of fabric that you can afford to make a mistake with. You can jump in and take a risk!