Old Parisian Café 🇫🇷

$11.99

This hand embroidery pattern of Old Parisian Café fits perfectly into a hoop of 15cm (6″) or larger. The pattern will be sent to your email as an instantly downloadable PDF immediately after purchase.

The pdf also includes

  • 🎨 colour guide
  • 🔖 stitch guide
  • 📖 general technique guide so that you can embroider the design with confidence.
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Story of the Old Parisian Café design

Old Parisian Café is an idea to revive an old postcard from Paris.
This café no longer exists in Paris, and has become a store for adults. However, this café, as a result of war, was a meeting point for the inhabitants of the Pigalle district. The walls were painted with period advertising. Watch Charles create this design from drawing to completion on our YouTube channel.

Embroidery stitches used in this pattern:

  • Back stitch
  • Satin stitch
  • Split stitch

You can learn how to embroider the above techniques in this article or via our free video stitch library Going Knots .

Materials you need to complete this embroidery design:

  • 🖼️ Cotton canvas (or any non-stretch and non-transparent cotton fabric such as Duck canvas 7oz)
  • 🖼️ Embroidery hoop of 15cm (6)
  • 🎨Embroidery needle (We love to use 1-5 Bohin France or DMC needles)
  • 🧵 Embroidery floss (DMC colour codes are indicated on your pattern pdf)
  • ✂️ Scissor
  • 📝 Carbon paper for transfer (Alternatively solvy paper, iron-on pen or any other transfer method of your preference)
  • 🖊️ Pointy ball point pen
  • 📏 Optional: Small ruler

Here is an article with more information about the various materials that we use.

BONUSES

→ Included in your pattern pdf is a video tutorial on how to transfer our architectural hand embroidery designs with carbon paper.

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