This linen tea towel has all the charm of the prettiest farmhouse still lifes.The cross stitch embroidery finely recreates the sculpted wooden shelves of country homes brimming with autumnal fruits.
Napoleon cherries or cherries Montmorency, these embroidery cherries are more beautiful than the real ones ... as well as the gardening lady and her sun hat. A towel that makes you feel like summer!
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.
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 !
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 100% linen woven in an Aïda 5,5 point cloth.
This tea towel is on easy to sew Aïda and reminds of us with humour of advertisements in the 50's – period when these women's biggest worry was to be the perfect housewife. Whether or not you are a real homebody, at least you'll look like one!
Slate blue, forget-me-not blue, sky blue... all shades of blue came to rest on the lovely floral designs of these bowls made of French faience. If you are very into blue, it is for you!
This tea towel represents a history of French faience. The pattern is drawn with many details, it makes bowls look very natural!
There are always fairy tales at the very heart of the snow globes, covered by fluffy snow. This one tells us a story about magic that happens on a Christmas Eve.