Q and A #1 |
Specially designed for Ina Jansen who although not a stitcher was determined
154 x 239 Stitches - 11 x 17"
to stitch the Heidelburg Catechism Question and Answer #1 for her husband Don
who quotes this from memory often and has a battered paper version hanging where he can see it daily.
After spending hours trying to graph the lettering herself, Ina searched and found me and I took on the challenge.
Ina sent a typed letter of what she was trying to achieve along with a photo of the piece her husband cherishes.
She was looking for lettering that would look like "old English", yet easy to read
in a deep blue and each Godhead of the Trinity to be done in gold and much larger.
With the help of a neighbor who is a stitcher, Ina is planning on stitching just the lettering without the decorative floral motifs.
I can only imagine the delight when Ina's husband is presented with this surprise gift.
Photo sent in by Ina Jansen. As a newbie stitcher she left out the border motif.
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Not Available as a Kit
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you would need a 1/2 Yard (Fat Quarter)for this design -
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View two other versions of the Heidelberg Catechism and Heidelberg Catechism Q and A #1 with Symbols.