This is another Scottish sampler...similar in layout to the Elizabeth Brown one below, but done in only two thread colors, red and green. As I mentioned before, the reason for this is speculated to be that they were influenced by samplers from Friesland, a major trading partner with Scotland. The trees here are also very much like the ones on Elizabeths'. There are also pairs of initials, again, likely of her parents and/or siblings. I can identify Algerian eyelet stitch, as well as cross and four-sided from the picture. I don`t remember where I found this, I think it was in one of the museum collections from Scotland. I have patterns of very similar samplers to stitch that I haven`t done yet...I must get back to work on my stitching...it just seems lately I`d rather do sampler research than actual stitching...ttfn..