Juliette Low Birthplace in Cross Stitch
Counted Cross Stitch Pattern
Historic Savannah Series
Counted Cross Stitch Patterns of Historic Savannah Buildings
This cross stitch pattern is of the regency townhouse which was the birthplace of the founder of the Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. It was the first Registered National Landmark in Savannah, Georgia.
Originally started for James M. Wayne, the mayor of Savannah, the house was sold to the Gordon family who owned it until 1953. Now the historic building houses a national program center for Girl Scouts and a picture of life in the 1870's for the public.
The cross stitch is nice stitched on a light gold aida. Embroidery details include a tiny Girl Scout emblem in wrought-iron on the first-level gate.
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.