There’s nothing more relaxing than the rhythmic back-and-forth stitching of needlecraft. Whether creating a tea towel for a friend or wall decor for a new arrival’s nursery, cross stitch and embroidery are classic gifts that combine meditative past times with artful ways to show our love. When we’re in need of a special new project, we turn to The French Needle, an online boutique offering an elegant selection of needlework kits and supplies from France and around the world.
With beautiful, classic designs and the highest quality needlecraft tools, fabric, fibers, and flosses, The French Needle has everything you need to create your own stunning needlework projects.
The French Needle is a small, independent business, and in turn represents a number of small, independent designers. They take pride in keeping their finger on the pulse of the industry and representing the next generation of needlework designers including Helene Le Berre, Hannah Burbury, etc., along with some of the classic french houses like Sajou and Les Brodeuses Parisiennes. The company got its start representing French companies but now works with designers from all over the world, including a large collection of independent British designers whose work is rarely found in the United States.
The French Needle’s unique scissors collection is one of the most extensive in the marketplace.
Victoria magazine has partnered with The French Needle to give away an exciting prize! This Marie Antoinette-inspired bundle features an assortment of silk floss and ribbon and metallic fiber from Au Ver à Soie, Paris. Three patterns are included from Les Brodeuses Parisiennes and Maison Sajou, as well as several shades of French linen and a set of needles. All products are made in France and available on The French Needle’s website.
These beautiful letters could be used to personalize your or a loved one’s belongings or to round out the decor in a little girl’s room. The possibilities are truly endless! The giveaway ends March 9. Enter to win below by entering your e-mail address.
For more info on Lisa and The French Needle you can read about the company’s mission in this piece.