The printed chart includes symbols and colour references (DMC) all on 1 page. It is 126 points high by 130 points wide. Your finished embroidery will measure 23 cm high x 23,5 cm wide whether you use 11 count linen or 5,5 count aïda. French Design.
These three wooden buttons are made in France. Perfect for your embroidery. The beach chair mesure 3.5 cm high, the basket 2.5 cm hight and the shoes 2.7 cm long.
Facing the sea, with their hair blowing in the wind, these pretty elegant women know how to find the ideal outfit. From the sailor blouse, to the denim shorts, to the revisited pea coat, the whole wardrobe of these charming "sailors" enchants us! These graceful silhouettes, embroidered on your accessories, will accompany you in all your marine escapades....
This is THE bag of this summer, chic and distinguished. You can easily put all your solar products, swimming suits and magazines in it! And don’t forget your beach towel!
The little crosses on this bag evoke Honfleur, with its harbour that is always such a delight together with its picturesque houses huddled along the old port. On the practical side we just love the loop which gives the bag the feel of a mini-bag. The alternating stripes make it very smart. And with this pouch, you don’t need to feel at home on the water...
With its delightful local Breton colours, this Maxi pouch - which can be slipped into your handbag or be carried on your wrist - is really quite the thing in Brittany. Make the best use of your embroidery needle and make blue agapanthas and golden broom blossom. And even though you are totally caught up in your work, just smile – you’re in Brittany!
Difficult to find a more exquisite way to sort out your skeins of embroidery floss! Les Brodeuses Parisiennes thread organisers are all as beautiful as each other.
With the arrival of summer days, there is a breath of marine style in the air that reinvigorates fashion once again. This marine style carry bag with its Breton soul can be embroidered and paraded along sea shores, dunes as well as through towns. If lighthouses can light up the sea, they can also give our summer accessories a special look as well.
If you dream of sampling galettes from Pont-Aven, tasting oysters from Cancale, or escaping for a few days to Bréhat or Belle-Île en Mer, this special story is a very nice way to drop anchor in Brittany. There are 50 different patterns in this traveller’s notebook: to be embroidered without moderation before enjoying a glass of Chouchen!