This tea towel is made from 100% 11 count linen, with a natural and ivory grid. It measures 73 cm by 50 cm. Made in France. The pattern and DMC colour chart are included with the tea towel. Needles and threads are not included.
Made from 100% linen woven in an Aïda 5,5 point cloth. This tea towel is 49X73cm in a natural and ivory grid. Made in France. The pattern and DMC colour chart are included with the tea towel. Needles and threads are not included.
This very pretty damask tea towel is made of 100% Egyptian cotton. It is particularly large, measuring 75 cms long by 60 cms wide. To embroider in cross stitch on a 5,5 count Aïda insert ( 52 cm long by 8,5 cm wide). Price available until January 19th 2020
The little sunny squares of this material, framing a southern farmhouse, the scent of lavender and the sound of crickets, summon up all the charm of Provence for us. This tea-towel will be the olive on the cake in your kitchen, so to speak!
This 100% Brodeuses Parisiennes’creation, is a tea-towel with its deliciously Vintage material and cross-stitch embroidery, which plays on the tender complicity between mother and daughter! We just love the little girl busy with the pretty Digoin dishes and the refined powder-blue colour.
This 100% Brodeuses Parisiennes creation, is a tea towel which tips us a slightly wicked wink as far as the material is concerned and the embroidery has a great deal of charm. Its pretty rose colour is most attractive around the kitchen. It’s simply delicious both to embroider and to look at!
This is the first in a collection which will undoubtedly be something of a milestone in the history of the art of the tea-towel - a 100% Brodeuses Parisiennes creation showing an attractive fifties housewife on a prettily woven material with delicate cross stitch embroidery. A most delicious twosome!
This tea towel is made from 12 count 100% linen. It measures 73 cm by 51 cm. Threads and needle are not included. The pattern (symbols and colours DMC) and colour chart are included with the tea towel. Made in France.
This tea towel is in the very attractive tradition of those old fashioned postcards that are full of gentle romanticism; you can embroider it with the most exquisite rose petals intertwined with forget-me-nots while you hum that oh-so-romantic Edith Piaf song, ‘la Vie en Rose’ to yourself. The embroideress’s dreams are sure to come true !