- Bless Us O Lord is familiar to many as the beginning phrase of their blessing at meals, and is shown stitched on the enclosed silk gauze.
- Sweet is the Work comes from a 1719 hymn written by Isaac Watts and makes a lovely table blessing.
- Finally, Be Present at Our Table is from an 18th century hymn text by John Cennick.
Bless Us O Lord:
Stitch count is 61 x 101 (silk gauze enclosed with chartpak)
The Gentle Art: Brown Bear, Caramel Corn, Dark Chocolate, Dried Thyme, Oatmeal
Stitching Level: Experienced Beginner
Sweet is the Work:
Stitch count is 50 x 165
The Gentle Art: Endive, Oatmeal, Raven, Wheat Fields, Wood Trail
Stitch count is 183 x 66
The Gentle Art: Briar Rose, Dried Thyme, Freedom, Old Hickory