The pattern is from Barbary Row by designer Sherelyn Whiteman. From the instructions: “the style of embroidery is essentially pulled work with the addition of surface stitches. It is named after the village of Fisherton de la Mere, where, in the late 19th centery (1890), Fisherton House was the home of a distinguished embroideress, Mrs. Josephine Mary Newall (d. 1923). She adapted 16th and 17th century embroidery techniques, and developed and taught this style of embroidery, thus establishing a cottage industry for the cripples and the less fortunate individuals in the parish. For over 30 years she provided the linen and threads for them to work the embroidered pieces. She would then sell the pieces for them, passing the income received on to them.”
I’m linking up to Stitching Lotus’ Smalls Stitch a Long.