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!
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!
With my rounded and generous shape, I am a cute little pouch that will allow you to store lots of fabrics, threads, and even your embroidery hoop. The harmony of my fabrics is lovely and my Digoin-style embroidery is full of charm. My drawstring closure ensures that nothing is lost when I go for a walk. Do you know of anything better than me?
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.
The first advantage is that it is a delight to embroider. The second is that it ensures that there is always a mask to hand. The third is that it protects the mask that I am currently using and the whole thing just slips into my handbag! What am I? A pouch that can be embroidered, a holder for my back-up masks and a protective sleeve that can slip into my...
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...
This pouch will become the inseparable friend of our little ones. For toddlers it will hold everything that they need for a stroll. For older children, it will be an adorable snack bag or toy bag. They will take it everywhere!
Embroidered in cross stitch on a lovely high quality Aïda fabric in a difficult to find colour, this Lemon Study is part of a series of botanical fruit studies. An appealing detail – the metal dragonfly charm.
As far as material goes, this kitchen set represents a nice balance between classic and countryside. There is a delightful feminine touch as well as a Digoin feel to this embroidery and, as far as everyday use is concerned, it’s both very pretty and extremely practical.