Plum Street Samplers ~ Goody Grimwood
From Paulette: I have NO idea where this name came from, but I do know that the title "Goody" was commonly used in Puritan society up until the late 1600's as a variant of "Goodwife," which was a term used for middle class women. "Mistress" was reserved for women of higher social status. I suppose "Grimwood" just sounded fun and autumnal, so I went with it. :) I had so much fun designing this one! I do plan to do one for Thanksgiving, but time is short and I'm always a bit behind, so I'll do my best.
Stitch count: 164w x 150h
Fabric used: 36 ct. Stars Hollow Blend by R&R Reproductions
Threads used: Mascara, Daylily, Pelican Gray, Confederate Gray, Fawn, Pumpkin, Cattail, Gunmetal, Terra Cotta, Oscar, Gold, and Crimson; DMC in 950, 3013, 3776, 3787, and B5200.