The first words we write, the first rhymes we learn, the first good marks we earn, the photos of our class …. For this school which gives us some many special memories and gives us so much to think about, this wonderful story of school with its 53 different sketches recounts all our schooldays with a delicious touch of nostalgia.
From the Mont Saint Michel to the Alps, Nice to New York, in a camping car or on a bike, in bikini or pareo, here are 34 different embroidery patterns to summon up the holidays. It’s a world of escape, in a charming, small format that can be embroidered or endlessly swapped with other enthusiasts. Don’t know about the Artist Trading Card ? Find out all...
This special story with its entrancing dreams about Paris. An old bistrot with sparrows pecking up crumbs, a cloud of butterflies fluttering from a metro entrance, streetlights where lovers linger, the Sacre Cœur glimmering in the pale light of a rainbow. J.Brel used to sing ‘The Seine flowing past lights my path and it’s always Paris.
These 80 patterns, of every conceivable different size, each tell the special story of needlework. The different patterns are organised into four harmonious styles and every seamstress can embroider her own special story: there are floral, countryside, retro and vintage styles. Now you can put your own personal touch on your accessories !
A little mouse, a pony, a duckling, a hamster or a baby rabbit – no fewer than 53 charts that each tell a sweet little story about our 20 favourite animals.
With 65 different motifs, all of them so very attractive, 4 different alphabets and two sets of numbers, we have no doubt that this year your loving good wishes will be created with the thread of tenderness. It’s an ideal way to make some truly adorable decorations and little hand-made presents: and such a wonderful selection!
As from the first of December, the whole household is a-tremble with excitement! With a sprig of nostalgia, a pinch of patience and just a touch of creativity you can create this calendar made up with decorative Christmas balls. It’s a just a promise of a little daily present while everyone waits for Father Christmas to make his appearance.
Greetings cards made of paper or, for you embroiderers, your good wishes expressed via your needlework? December is the month for sending cards and it is a most loving tradition. You can send your best wishes for happiness for the New Year on just a small card or on a rather bigger one, all embroidered by you with very special love.
Let’s take the time to let our needles write our beautifully embroidered Christmas wishes to dear members of our family and to friends who are far away. With 38 different designs ( 33 patterns + 5 mini patterns), you won’t be lacking in inspiration when it comes to sending your warmest messages.