This tea towel, in the style of a sampler, offers us a whole range of traditional pictures that can be read just like a book of charming fairy-tales, all full of fun. The many different designs, all prettily juxtaposed with one another, tell the wonderful story of Christmas. Hurry up and embroider this little masterpiece!
While the Mont Saint Michel is the jewel in the crown of Normandy, “Mere Poulard’s” different types of simply delicious biscuits as well as the well-known Isigny caramel dessert are enchantments not only for our eyes but for our taste buds as well! With its choice of really tasty French delicacies, this tea-towel is just the thing for you !
Roses, pansies, lilies of the valley – flowers certainly are the favourite decoration for a French dining table. We simply can’t make up our minds between the delicacy of the porcelain and the exquisite bouquet of flowers …So what do you think?
Poppy red, cherry red, purple or crimson red, all red shades are gathered on couldn’t resist!
Using your embroidery needle, you will be able to recreate these flowers and foliage that decorate these lovely pottery jugs. Their ravishing life-like scenes taken straight from nature will add a touch of real charm to your modern-day kitchen.
With her pretty dress, her little muff and holly bouquet, this lovely young woman wishes Merry Christmas to everyone. A tea towel that brings luck and a perfect gift!
A Christmas tree is always welcoming and attractive and it is a central feature of our festivities - decorating it is all part of the fun. Your embroidery needle will find its own way through this enchanted forest and you can hang the tea-towel right at the heart of your home. Enchant your friends with a very special magic touch.
Standing on immacculate snow this magestuous stag and his little fawn seem to be waiting for the Church bells to chime on Christmas day. Surrounded by poinsettia it will enchant your home. Made from 12 count linen.
A tea towel as lovely as this cannot stay hidden in a drawer! We love the little characters holding traditional Alsatian fare. In short, we love it, we embroider it, we show it off! Unless we can bear to offer it….