As one would expect to be this Dutch sampler from the catholic south of the Netherlands, it's not. It was rather made in Amsterdam at an orphanage or private school. The city has always had a large catholic population under protestant government. Catholicism was tolerated however at that time but only after 1848 allowed to be practised openly again.
Nonetheless, this sampler from 1806 has a nice image of the Veil of Veronica. The pattern is quite uncommon. French sampler makers used it more often. I am not sure, but is Christ winking at us? (There is no trace of the other eye).
Here is how Hans Memling portrait the scene:
Above the cloth there is a monstrance, a crown and pierced heart. Underneath the veil the scene of the pelican in her piety. The girl, MCH (?) choose for the Amsterdam style roses combined with other flowers arranged in large urns. And such symmetry!
There is one other aspect of this sampler that catches the eyes: the backside! Look at the abundance of the silks. To save the precious material or to learn how to work neatly was apparently not the fist goal of the school.