This tea towel is made from 100% cotton, ecru with large red stripes. The part to embroider in cross stitch is 7 count Aïda. It measures 70 cm by 55 cm. Needle and threads are not included. The pattern and colour chart are included with the tea towel. Made in France.
Since Christmas is just a wingbeat away, grab your needle and let the birdies in. Nestled in a wreath on this festive tea towel, they will give out a winter garden feel, decorating your home with a touch of nature. As for the embroidery, the birdies have gone flower and berry picking then skillfully married those to your ornaments in order to make...
We are delighted with these delicious Alsatian cakes : Kouglof, Bredele, Vanillekipferl, Lerckerle or Fingerle, beautiful and appetizing !
Decorations, gingerbread and candy canes are harmoniously mixed on this cake stand. This tea towel is the perfect choice when you want to entertain your guests for Christmas.
A few cross stitches on 7 count Aïda will really give a spring touch to your kitchen.
Chic! A truly succulent embroidery! We love this delicious needle-tip walk through the flagship of French pastry. And if, like our heroine, you are at the heart of a vanilla-strawberry-scented dilemma, fearlessly give in to temptation, you will not gain an ounce!
This adorable tea towel is a real treat. Millefeuilles, religieuses and macaroons: once the embroidery is finished, they will be a visual treat for any gourmet.
Among the many earthenware factories in the east of France, Niderviller is undoubtedly the one whose creations are the most feminine. Tulips or roses, carnations or peonies offer us a soft range of different colours that are dominated by shades of purple. The lightness of the single flowers gives this tea towel the joyful and elegant touch that we love so...
Since the setting up of the Sevres factory in the middle of the XVIII century, its porcelain has represented the very best of the French way of life. These magnificent plates, delicately embroidered on this tea-towel, would make Madame de Pompadour green with envy. But you deserve to enjoy them too, don’t you?