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  • Crinolene lady on Cream
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    A traditional crinoline lady, in a garden of hollyhocks and daisies, waves good-bye on this vintage style tray cloth to embroider.

    Embroider with DMC Article 117 Stranded Cotton in the colour scheme of your choice.

    FREE with every order -  stitch suggestion and list of DMC Article 117 colours needed to complete this cloth as per worked example.

    Thread and Needles are NOT included.

    Read The Story of The Crinolene Lady Here.

    R86.50
  • Easter tea
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    A modern cross stitch outline of hares to embroider on a tray cloth.

    Embroider with DMC Article 117 Stranded Cotton in the colour scheme of your choice - 2 skeins are needed to complete this cloth.

    It is suggested that three strands be used and Embroidery Needle No 7. 

    Pale Green - DMC Article 117 colour 503 was used to complete cloth as per worked example.

    Light Brown - DMC Article 117 colour 840 was used to complete cloth as per worked example.

    Thread and Needles are NOT included.

    R180.00
  • Black jack Cloth with Roses
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    If you live in South Africa and have walked through grass it is very likely that you have had to remove ‘Black Jack’ seeds from your clothing. While in the garden Vyv came across a well-developed specimen of this weed which should have been removed ages ago.  She picked stems of flowers, buds, leaves and seeds and photographed them and then used this as reference material to draw a black jack design for embroidering on a white tray cloth. It is a botanical style design with interesting shaped seeds to embroider.

    Attached to the tray cloth is a photograph of the completed embroidery showing the stitches used.

    A list of the DMC article 117 Stranded Cotton colours used is also provided

    Thread and Needles are NOT included.

    R250.00
  • Erythrina and threads
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    Erythrinas - commonly known as coral trees - are indigenous to South Africa. The flowers are a vibrant orange, the leaves a deep green and the dark brown, knobbly seed pods contain bright red seeds called lucky beans. Vyv has painted the Erythrina in a botanical style and because of the beautiful colouring it has been printed in colour on the cloth for you to embelish with free style embroidery stitches to add texture and your own creativity.

    Attached to the tray cloth is a photograph of the completed embroidery showing the stitches Vyv used.

    A list of the DMC article 117 Stranded Cotton colours used is also provided as a guideline.

    Thread and Needles are NOT included.

    R250.00
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