Here's my photo immediately after completing the stitching. . . and you can see a picture of the pressed and framed piece (and order your own chart if you like) here: http://kelmscottdesigns.com/black-branch.htm
When I stitch samplers, they're usually from earlier eras, so this was an interesting change of pace for me. I don't know whether you can tell from the photo, but in addition to the traditional over 2 flower border motifs, the sampler includes a full alphabet in tigthly pulled eyelets, and the verse in over 1 cross stitch. Since these are fairly "advanced" elements, my guess would be that this was not Margaret's first sampler. I think the sampler sports a very vibrant and contemporary looking color palette, but it is very true to the original colors that can still be seen on the back side of the original sampler.
You can learn a little more about the piece and see photos of the original at LaDonna's blog at http://blackbranchneedlework.blogspot.com/ . It is truly a shame that the original's condition is poor, but someone must have truly treasured it.. . since it was framed (or reframed) in 1914. .. almost 75 years after it was stitched.