G. Hubbard 1889
Finding the person behind an antique sampler can be challenging.
Who was G. Hubbard?
Where did she come from?
Sometimes clues present themselves in ways you least imagine!
Grace Ellen Hubbard was born in 1878 in Wells, Somerset, England, the second of five children. She stitched her small sampler at the age of 11 while attending Holy Trinity School in Whitstable. She died on July 9, 1965, at the age of 86, having never married and having no children.
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G. Hubbard 1889 would be a wonderful addition to any red, white and blue collection.
Model stitched using Gumnut Stars Silk, one strand over two, on 40 count Thornfield linen from Needle and Flax. Stitch count measures 86W X 87H stitches.
The sampler design is suitable for needleworkers of all abilities and contains no speciality stitches.