Andrew Low House in Cross Stitch
Counted Cross Stitch Pattern
Historic Savannah Series
Counted Cross Stitch Patterns of Historic Savannah Buildings
This cross stitch pattern depicts an example of classical mid-nineteenth-century architecture designed by John Norris for Andrew Low, a wealthy cotton merchant. William Makepeace Thackery was a visitor, as was General Robert E. Lee.
Here, in 1912, Juliette Gordon Low organized the first Girl Scout troup in America. It was her home until her death in 1927. Now the headquarters of the Georgia Colonial Dames, the Andrew Low House is a lovely house museum.
The cross stitch model is stitched on light green Aida cloth, but the pattern would also look nice on a tan linen.
The counted cross stitch pattern includes color code for DMC cotton floss. It also includes a sizing chart for 11, 14, 18, and 22 count fabrics. Embroidery details enhance the counted cross stitch.