Published in Vienna on some hand-painted boards, the motifs by Biedermeier (1815-1848) have inspired a lot of embroidery editors like Sajou. Animals, floers, nature, houses, etc: these are all symbols of our lives. Isabelle Mazabraud-Kerlan proposes here some exceptional works typical of the Biedermeier era all associated to the stitching technique: cross-stitch, back-stitch etc. Choose your own marquoirs to embroider entirely or just partially for your creations. More than 100 patterns, charts, clear and detailed instructions for a simpler work.
Daughter of an embroiderer, Isabelle Mazabraud-Kerlan has always been living among hoops, threads and fabrics. She has learned how to embroider from her early childhood. Passionate with history and embroidery technique, she loves also re-make ancient works. She presents in a new and modern style all old and ancient embroideries. Through her website, she proposes to combine different materials and colors for very original works.
Cartonnage, pour nous les brodeuses
Crea con Francesca: Broderie Suisse
Corso Rapido di Punto Croce
Enciclopedia delle tecniche del punto croce
Home Sweet Home : une boîte à couture brodée
Embroidering with Giuliana - Reticella flower - English
Sew Pretty Homestyle
Guida al ricamo - Pittura ad ago
Guida al ricamo hedebo
Tilda kit Hare Mother & Child
Angels Among Us Red Yarn Dye 45x110cm.
Old Glory Gatherings - Stars Dark Red 45x110cm.
Tilda tools "Painting faces"
Nancy's Holiday Favorites Merry Berries Winter Green
101 Platinum (#4)
00367 Garnet Inside Color
Pixie Couture Collection - Rose
00165 Christmas Red Transparent Rainbow
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