Eliza Bell Cox 1832


Cross stitch pattern from Hands Across the Sea Samplers. This is a reproduction of a piece stitched by Eliza Bell Cox in 1932. A large bird with a long, colorful tail sits on a tree in the center of the piece, admiring a nearby butterfly. Large, detailed, and brightly colored flowers make up the rich border. The verse at the top of the piece begins "There is a modest little flower, to friendship ever dear, Oh plant it on my humble bed, and strew it o'er my bier." Stitch count 307w x 433h.

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  • Model: D5175
  • Shipping Weight: 0.4lbs
  • Manufactured by: Hands Across the Sea Samplers