How about importing the magic of Alsace into your house for Christmas? A beautifully illuminated Christ child, a generous Saint Nicolas, a delightful Advent crown or some delicious Alsace biscuits: all in all, there are no fewer than thirty different patterns for you to embroider and you will be able to enjoy the wonderful variety of an Alsace Christmas...
With their whiskers bristling, a rascally twinkle in their eye and their paws ready to make mischief, these thumbnail sketches of kittens will provide you with some delightful little pictures and Christmas cards that are both amusing and full of charm.
It’s a clear sign that women are gradually establishing themselves in smart, professional contexts where gentlemen traditionally have had the upper hand and the woman’s suit is becoming the female equivalent of the man’s suit. So embroidering this “working woman’s” suit is just like taking a little bit of revenge!
The Vegetable garden alphabet is a really lovely idea that sorts out this amusing conundrum. T like Thomas or tomato, C like Christine or carrot – so once every initial of your tribe has been embroidered, everyone can say “it’s mine!” and, in addition, you will have a table worthy of the King’s vegetable garden!
The printed chart includes symbols and colour references (DMC) all on 3 pages. The Breton women is 96 points high by 93 points wide, the medallion is 140 points high by 122 points wide, and the 3 sardines are 70 points high by 111 points wide. French Design.
The printed pattern includes symbols and colour references (DMC) all on three pages. The women is 86 points high by 94 points wide, the 3 clothespins are 79 points high by 104 points wide, and the soap is 140 points high by 121 points wide. French Design
The printed chart includes symbols and colour references (DMC) all on 3 pages. The women is 110 points high by 100 points wide, the medallion is 99 points high by 99 points wide, and the branch is 116 points high by 97 points wide. French Design.
At the beginning of the century Coco Chanel was the first designer to make smocks fashionable and to give possibility of wearing soft cloths such as jersey which finally liberated the woman’s body. Since that time, her marine style makes a comeback every summer, with its boyish trousers and its figure hugging dresses. It’s simply a must for all...
The printed chart includes symbols and colour references (DMC) on one page. It is 110 points high by 101 points wide. Your finished embroidery will measure 20 cm High x 18,5 cm wide whether you use 11 count Linen or 5,5 count Aïda. French Design.