This half-kit comprises: 1 embroidery hoop in wood of 16 cm + a 20 x 20 cm 5,5 count Aïda swatch, the pattern chart with colours (Ref. DMC) and symbols.Needle and threads are not included. Made in France
This pouch is so very useful to carry around everything you need, it’s so very pretty with its provençal materials with their deep, rich colours while its embroidery offers us a definite hint of holidays in southern climes. Its removable strap gives you the choice of slipping it into a bigger bag or carrying it on your wrist – just a featherweight little...
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!
If your mother in law asks you to prepare partridge with prunes, your husband a plate of scallops with a Morney sauce or your daughter in law a dish of peaches in honey, you simply say “No, I won’t throw in the sponge!” But whatever happens, with this apron around your waist, you’re all set up!
These birds are embroidered as though they were in full flight, scattering delicate cherry blossoms across a bag redolent of spring. You will simply love to take this sober but elegant bag with you whether you are in a contemplative mood walking in the garden or just doing some window shopping.
Lily of the valley to wish them happiness, daisies because they are madly in love with each other, forget-me-nots for a simply unforgettable day. It will take you no more than a day to embroider this delightful flower covered cushion for the happy couple and they will keep it for ever and a day..
Embroidered in cross stitch on a lovely high quality 7 count Aïda fabric in a difficult to find colour, this Rose Study is part of a series of botanical studies. An appealing detail – the old metal dragonfly charm.
This 100% Brodeuses Parisiennes’creation, is a tea-towel with its deliciously Vintage material and cross-stitch embroidery, which plays on the tender complicity between mother and daughter! We just love the little girl busy with the pretty Digoin dishes and the refined powder-blue colour.
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!