Carolina

Carolina

Carolina

Stich Count 263 x 263

All stitches are cross stitch.

Second in my Vintage Textile collection, the inspirations for “Carolina” are the coverlets made in Colonial
America by the descendants of the Huguenots who settled in the Carolinas, primarily in the area of Charleston.

I never learned to weave but after stitching Carolina I feel like I’ve created an actual piece of fabric.

This piece is the same size as Beauvais – though both of the patterns could easily be reduced if you wanted
something smaller, just take an even amount of rows and columns away from each side.

My colors are two shades of mauve, using Rainbow Gallery’s Splendor silk floss, the model is stitched with 1 ply
in their shades of rose #814 & 813 on 18 count antique white aida.

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