A touch of French elegance for this large 100% natural linen tea towel, enhanced with a cherry red check pattern. Embroider with love and display in your kitchen to impress your friends! It is embellished with a small loop for hanging.
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 !
All Brittany in one towel! You are fond of sardines quiberonnaises? Do you prefer those of Belle-Ile en Mer? Whatever your favorite sardine is, you can show off your passion with this lovely girl from Brittany! It is well known, the best of Brittany is ... the SARDINE!
The exquisite housewife of the 50's praising the merits of this famous soap makes us tempts us with fresh linen and outdoor laundry. Except the pin up today appreciates the smell of fresh laundry – direct from the washing machine!
With the advent of this exquisite tea towel, your wonderful lemon sponge recipe will really light up your kitchen ! The harmonious interweaving of flowers and birds are every bit as delightful as the embroidery itself with its subtly highlighted yellow tints. A simply delicious classic !
We can certainly say that this tea towel is designed for those very special dates. Its collection of glasses and the embroidery which blossoms into a wonderful December bouquet, give it a touch of elegant nobility. When there are celebrations at home, these elegant tea towels are an essential part of the proceedings!
A perfect match with the place mats of the same name, with their yummy cupcakes, this is The tea towel to add a touch of fun to your kitchen. And when Claudine says "Dinner's Ready!", we know already we are in for a treat!
When December comes around again, Christmas wreaths, the very heart of our celebrations, make their seasonal reappearance. Placed on our front door, they extend a warm message of welcome to one and all. The flowers and the berries, the holly and the mistletoe on this tea towel interweave to make up a festive, light-footed dance as the stars twinkle in...
Once upon a time there was a really pretty tea cloth which told the story of Little Red Riding Hood ; anyone who wanted to embroider it needed to have the soul and spirit of a child. And , since all stories have a happy ending when they are told by the hands of a careful embroideress, the big bad wolf simply won’t get a look in ! So there !