A tea-towel calendar? What a wonderful idea! Embroider those little kitchen boys who are enjoying making special dishes for all the year’s different seasons, a little doll baking a cake for her kitten and there you have 365 days to come which will be full of love and joy. You won’t be needing a diary any more as you will have everything for the year in...
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 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 !
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!
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...