Redwork can help you preserve America’s story in stitches. This linear style of embroidery was widely adopted because of its simplicity and economy. In the early 1900s, muslin squares with printed patterns for redwork stitching were extremely popular, and were often worked into quilts. Recently, quilters have rediscovered redwork and are promoting it as a heritage needlework art that takes us back to a simpler time.
The Mount Vernon Redwork Kit shows a young boy and a young girl in front of Mount Vernon’s west front. The kit includes the 6” x 7 ½” image preprinted on 11” x 11” cotton muslin, embroidery needle, DMC floss and instructions.
Made in the USA.