Abécédaire Redouté
 

Abécédaire Redouté

From: Marie-Thérèse Saint-Aubin

Abécédaire Redouté
A pleasant spring bouquet. Some color hints and a bit of perfume in this cruel world. Inspired by a centifolia of Pierre Joseph Redouté.
Stitch count: 144 x 221


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With gratitude
Abécédaire RedoutéEach of us has a precise number of people to whom (s)he is grateful and, frankly, we think that the bigger this number, the happier our life.
So, just for once, let us use this space to show all our gratitude to a person who, for us (but also for a lot of you) is a very special one: Marie-Thérèse Saint-Aubin.
We want to thank her here, in public, and assuming the responsibility to make her blush a bit (as we are sure it will happen when she reads this post), since that, as all authentically genial people, this Madame is innately, pleasantly and genuinely modest. Here is an episode about Marie-Thérèse we want to tell you as to motivate our gratitude to her.
Everything began some weeks ago when one of you wrote to us to ask for an alphabet of roses designed some years ago by Marie-Thérèse for a famous French magazine which nowadays is not published anymore. For such a reason it's impossible to find this chart. Since this designer is our friend, we directly contacted her on this matter in order to ask her if it were possible to find this chart somewhere… And her, voilà, in 48 hours she published this chart on her website as a free, downloadable and open file
Without talking too much on the meaning of a very generous act like this one (we cannot forget that artists live for and thanks to their art and publishing any design, without pretending any right on it, but for free, is not a plain thing. We need to underline this!), we want to thank Marie-Thérèse for her "silent lesson" of elegance and for her deep passion that a free action shows in a very evident and comprehensible way
THANK YOU Marie-Thérèse because those who had the pleasure to meet you in person, like us, can easily imagine the sweet smile with which you published online this fruit of your genius and for the priceless joy you will give to us while embroidering it!
And, to all of you who decides to use it, just click and have fun with the embroidery!

HERE IS THE ABECEDAIRE REDOUTE

A big hug

 
  18 Customers Reviews (5.00

Thank you for this post! Thank you to you and this great lady who creates and so kindly offered it. It's beautiful and I hte the start. Happy Easter to everyone with sunny Portugal

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Wonderful, the ricamer definitely! Thank you so much :)

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Thank you very much for the nice story and the chart.
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Thanks to you for posting this nice review!
A hug and all the best :-)
CasaCenina Staff

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Also I would like to thank both the artist and the availability of Casa Cenina: a beautiful gift !!!

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I just Tlcharger firsthand because I find it very beautiful, thank you

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A really big thank you to you and Marie-Thrse: kindness, grace and beauty in one exquisite gesture!

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beautiful pattern !!!! I can not wait to start ..... thanks Casa Cenina and salutone all .....

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Thank you for the valuable information. I think opter for 32ct linen. for reasons of "views" (the times are sadly gone where no problems defied the Edinburgh flax). Give me for even a hint: to get a result as close as possible to the author's best to use the moulin or silk? Thanks again Daniela
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Dear Daniela, thank you :-) And although \ "gone are the days when sfidavi smoothly on Edinburgh \" flax, I'm sure your embroidery will still beautiful even on 32ct Belfast! As for the threads, the embroidery Marie Therese has posted on his blog, and you see in the pictures made with the moulin DMC, so you can safely proceed with those. I send you a hug!
CasaCenina Staff

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Dear Daniela, I combined the two answers below :-) Hello and see you soon!
CasaCenina Staff

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Beautiful. It 'hard to find a pattern so refined and elegant even in its extreme semplicit.Per not to mention the delicate chromatic shades really guess. In short, a gem that riscuramente realizzer. About: advise me a cloth for shade is perfect as everything else? Thanks Daniela
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Dearest Daniela, you're right: really a beautiful design! I'm embroidering, for a dear aunt who I \ "Knittel \" shrug of cute (I'm a landslide with knitting needles, alas!), A shortlist of Marie Therese, always by his free, and I assure you a joy, contend appear gradually under the eyes, as they embroideries! For this sampler, I'd be on a linen 13 threads (goes embroidered taking two weft threads and two of linen warp), but also on a 16-wire, if you like fine linens! L \ 'important to stay on a linen color that gives prominence to the roses, and for this, I will recommend a natural linen, like these: http://www.casacenina.it/zweigart/lino-belfast-32ct-naturale-
- Raw-linen.html http://www.casacenina.it/zweigart/lino-newcastle-40ct-natura-
le-flax.html http://www.casacenina.it/zweigart/lino-edinburgo-35ct-natura-
le-flax. html as for yarn, I can point below a conversion \ "unofficial \", in the sense that was compiled by the embroiderers of good will but not officially recognized by the two yarn producers ... So, I recommend , \ "grab it with pliers \" :-) In any case, even if the shade will obviously not be identical - also because silk, undoubtedly, produces a very different effect from iridescent cotton - the result will certainly be very nice ! Here the conversion of the necessary wires: DMC = 963 Soie 2942 819 = 152 = 3021 or 1011 3011 3721 2945 3348 = 2113 = 3347 = 4911 = 895 1845 = 936 3725 = 580 516 938 4124 = 3859 = 4612 = 895 1845 That's it ! A hug and good spreaders :-)
CasaCenina Staff

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Thanks to the artist who has provided us with this beautiful script! And thanks to Casa Cenina !! Clear.

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Thanks to the artist and thanks to you Cenina home Baci Maria Pia

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Good of all I tried desperately to this scheme, and thank you for your immense generosity the great creator Maria Teresa Saint Aubin are a big fan fails to deliver on the canvas what nature gives us GREAT, thank Casa Cenina for his commitment and dedication to Antonia affection.
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Dear Antonia, we thank you! Mari Therese we wanted to thank her publicly, with this post: http://www.casacenina.it/blog/con-gratitudine.html Just because l \ 'have in your heart, like you :-) A hug and enjoy it!
CasaCenina Staff

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You are right, and make this post the minimum to show gratitude to this designer who creates masterpieces ... I think it may be considered as a thank you from all the embroiderers .... and thanks to you by Casa Cenina that you have brought us aware of this gift ... Cristina

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Je Vous remercie, Madame, pour votre cadeau qui est simplement magnifique, lgant, merveilleux !!! J'adore vos dessins, mais aussi et surtout Votre gnrosit Patrizia

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I am speechless !!! mariateresa and 'truly a lady co n a capital S and you are always massomo and my staple for my passion .... soon Hello Roberta

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many thanks also from me .... I really very beautiful pattern! Luly

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Thanks Casa Cenina x this beautiful gift! Antoinette kisses

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