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Poem â€śTo His Motherâ€ť signed â€śLove, Jean.â€ť A 20 line rhyming poem, about her Mother-in-law. â€śTo, you, who taught him how to grow. You trained your son to look above, You made of him the man I love...â€ťÂ Cream canvas with brown needlepointing and a small floral design at the top and bottom in, shades of blue, rose and green. Brown wood frame 20â€ť x 13.â€ť
- Sampler, â€śGOD CANâ€™T ALWAYS BE EVERYWHERE SO HE INVENTED MOTHERS.â€ť Cross-stitched in black print on ecru linen and framed in a floral motif green, purple and orchid. 13-1/2â€ť x 10-1/2.â€ť Not framed. It has been suggested it is a Hebrew Proverb.
Sampler, â€śJUST WHEN A WOMAN THINKS HER WORK IS DONE...SHE BECOMES A GRANDMOTHER,â€ť cross-stitched on ecru linen in grays, oranges, yellows and greens. On a table are several outlined items, a teapot and a cup and saucer, with steam rising, yellow flowers in an orange pot and for the baby a bib, rattle and bottle. At the bottom are the initials J.C.M. Brown wood frame 9â€ť x 11â€ť
Sampler, â€śMAN WORKS FROM SUN TO SUN BUT WOMENâ€™S WORK IS NEVER DONE,â€ť cross-stitch on ecru linen. 7 women, one for each day of the week doing a different household chore. Embroidered in a variety of stitches and colors including red, green, brown, blue, yellow, orange, beige. Writing is in black-cross stitch. Each figure is 4â€ť tall and all the women are wearing hats. 16â€ť square, brown wood frame with exposed string laced vertically across the back to stretch the fabric. Frame looks original.
2 Samplers, â€śMOTHERâ€™S LOVE IS LIKE A FRAGRANT ROSE WITH SWEETNESS IN EVERY FOLD.â€ť Side view of a woman sitting at her spinning wheel. Cross-stitched on ecru linen. Black frames looks like they are the original.
- Blue and red w/touches of orange and beige, 13â€ť x 9-1/2.â€ť
- Black â€śPure Linen Colonial Sampler F34 - back of sampler no. 1046. Vogue N. Co.â€ť 12â€ť X 10.â€ť
- Sampler, â€śMOTHERâ€™S LOVE IS THE SANCTUARY OF GOD IN THIS WORLD.â€ť Side view of a young boy sitting in a chair and holding yarn as his mother wraps it into a ball. Cross-stitched on ecru linen with black print. Black frame 12â€ť x 9â€ť looks like the original.
-Sampler, â€śNEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE POWER OF A WOMAN.â€ť Cross stitched in dark blue, on white linen with 2 deep pink doves in mirror image, yellow and red flowers and green border with pink designs. 12-1/2â€ť x 10â€ť gold painted frame. Saying popularized by the Ladies Home Journal as an advertising slogan for the magazine. Editors launched the slogan in the March 1941 issue.
â€śWhat is a Home Without a Mother,â€ť embroidered in variety of stitches on ecru linen. Pictures a seated woman, needle in hand, sewing and floral spray of green leaves, purple, red and pink flowers, with a light blue border and script.Â 19-1/2â€ť x 21,â€ť could have been used as a small tablecloth or framed for hanging.Â Saying appeared in the song Motherâ€™s Good Night Kiss, Copyright 1887 by Willis Fagan, â€śWhat is a home without a mother dear? Nobody ever can be to me, What mother was when I was a child, And sat with my head upon her knee....
Side view of a seated woman wearing yellow with a knelling child wearing blue facing her, their hands clasped. Embroidered in green on ecru linen with black border, tiny rose and yellow flowers and touches of blue. Not framed. 11-3/4â€ť x 8-3/4â€ť
â€śIN HEAVEN A NOBLE WORK WAS DONE WHEN GOD GAVE MAN A MOTHER.â€ť
- Basket of flowers in brown, green, purple and pink. Cross-stitched on ecru linen. Black border and print. 12â€ť x 10â€ť frame looks like the original