Sara: I think our girl was a young Madame DeFarge. She made her own death shroud, but she didn't know her own measurements.
This is a reference to A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens. In the novel, Madame Defarge, a French Revolutionary, is speaking to John Barsard, a British spy, and knitting in her wine shop. When asked by Barsard what she is knitting, she responds that it is a funeral shroud.