The printed chart includes symbols and colour references (DMC) all on 1 page. It is 43 points high by 208 points wide. Your finished embroidery will measure 8 cm High x 38 cm wide whether you use 11 count linen or 5,5 count Aïda. French Design.
With 65 different motifs, all of them so very attractive, 4 different alphabets and two sets of numbers, we have no doubt that this year your loving good wishes will be created with the thread of tenderness. It’s an ideal way to make some truly adorable decorations and little hand-made presents: and such a wonderful selection!
This very finely chiselled and delicate frame is the setting for Father Christmas’s ride across the sky. As this sleigh, full of presents, makes its way across the heavens, you can embroider the magic of Christmas and summon up the dreams of both young and old alike.
This lovely heart, a traditional way of welcoming people, will be at the very centre of your home Its retro material, resplendent with charming details, and its embroidery with its feel of childhood, give a real feeling of Christmas festivities.
This little village, dusted with snow, looks as though it has nodded off to sleep in its glass case; just like you, it’s waiting for midnight to ring out its twelve chimes. The delicate shimmer of this delightful snowball, hanging on a branch and decorating your house, will be as light as a snowflake.
Greetings cards made of paper or, for you embroiderers, your good wishes expressed via your needlework? December is the month for sending cards and it is a most loving tradition. You can send your best wishes for happiness for the New Year on just a small card or on a rather bigger one, all embroidered by you with very special love.