Our Best Seller Hand Embroidery Designs
- QuickviewHand Embroidery PatternsThis pattern fits perfect in a 20cm (8") diameter hoop. The Nyhavn threadpainting pattern is not only gorgeous to look at, but it's also a fun and inspiring stitchery challenge for the adventurous embroiderer. The bright colours and rich history of Nyhavn, Copenhagen gives the design additional depth. It's definitely a design you have to stitch at one point or another. It's not for nothing that it's one of our most popular patterns since the beginning.11,00€
- QuickviewHand Embroidery PatternsThis hand embroidery patterns is a pure joy for all Paris, architecture and needlework lovers. It captures the historical architecture in the centre of the French capital. With the thin black contours, you will have a unique and modern art work when you're finished - perfect to decorate your home or to give as a personal gift to a loved one.11,00€
- QuickviewHand Embroidery PatternsCasa Batllo Gaudi embroidery pattern fits in a hoop of 15cm (6") in diameter. This design is inspired by the beautiful architecture of Gaudi in Barcelona. The pattern is perfect for french knot lovers, as the tiles on the wall can be captured with tiny french knots. This is one of our most appreciated designs to date, so don't miss to try out your own version! Upon purchase you will also have the technique, stitch and colour guide included. No physical material will be shipped with this purchase. The files will be sent as downloadable pdfs, thus you need to be able to open, read and print pdf files.11,00€
- QuickviewHand Embroidery PatternsThe Amsterdam embroidery pattern fits perfectly in a 15cm (6") embroidery hoop. It's perfect for you who love a fun mix of stitch techniques! As the ideal bonus, this design will also make you dream of beautiful summer days in the wonderful city of Amsterdam.11,00€
- QuickviewHand Embroidery PatternsThis charming pattern of a typical Passage in Roma, Italy fits perfectly in a hoop of 18cm (7") or larger. We have used an off white cotton canvas in the embroidered version. But you can always feel free to change the fabric colour according to your preference. The cotton canvas serves as a great solid support for architectural hand embroidery designs.11,00€
- QuickviewHand Embroidery PatternsThis beginner embroidery pattern of South Kensington fits perfectly in a 23cm (9") diameter hoop. If you wish for a smaller size, you can choose to shrink the page in your print-out settings. It's a joyful pattern with the perfect blend of architectural lines and more vivid floral stitchery with French Knots.11,00€
It has only been a few weeks since Charles began to experiment with how to embroider on tulle. If you’ve never embroidered on tulle before it can be quite tricky to start. This is especially due…
Embroidered lettering might be one of the most common forms of embroidery through both ancient and modern history. I remember even my grandmother telling me how she would embroider initials on bed sheets and towels before…
Have you ever made an embroidery that you feel very proud to have finished? But instead of putting it on display, the work quickly gets protected in a drawer to not get “harmed”. Or, perhaps you…
Do you want to learn hand embroidery more in depth?
We’ve got you covered! Our Online Courses in hand embroidery give you lifelong skills and confidence to create modern needlework.
The courses are designed to be the ideal complement regardless of where you are on your stitchery journey.
Perhaps you want to try out a new style with Architectural designs. Embroider your clothes, or why not learn to create your own designs?
You will always have lifetime access to the course material. But best of all, you can bring it with you wherever you go. Just as embroidery is a portable medium, so are online courses.
Embroidery artists behind Le Kadre
Charles and Elin are a married French/Swedish artist couple. They met in Paris in 2016, and quickly began to share their artistry and life. Elin taught Charles the power of thread and needle, while Charles shared his illustration and photography skills.
In addition to exhibitions and work with Luxury brands such as Hermès Paris, the couple is especially passionate about sharing. “Creativity is always at its best when shared”.
Through the last years, thousands of embroidery enthusiasts have learnt their modern approach to the ancient art form. Through unique patterns and online courses they aim to inspire as many as possible to begin to create with their hands.
I have always hated satin stitch until I saw your wonderful and quick tip! In the past when I would work the satin stitch I would get this big contracted lump where the fabric pulled, ugh. Now the fabric lays flat and it looks very neat and I am not frustrated, instead I am happy with the way it looks. The added bonus is saving precious embroidery floss in the process. Thank you so much for thinking outside of the box and sharing your knowledge, tips, and tricks to make embroidery fun, including the dreaded (for me) satin stitchDebra BridgesUSA
Artsy is the new sexy, and embroidery is for sure a great form. I’ve always loved passionate people, and this couple are surely one of a kind. Impeccable creativity & inspiring work, they’re also good at being pedagogic in teaching you patiently and attentively. If you want to pick up a new hobby that is cool and enriching, you should definitely do their courses, and become mindful and connected with your environment and yourself!Katherine ChanHong Kong
I never thought I could like an activity like embroidery until I found Charles and Elin on Instagram. What they were doing was so amazing and so different from what I had seen before that I decided to try their courses and I can’t tell you how glad I am. I’ve discovered a new hobby with the best teachers I could have asked for. The close-up videos and step by step process really made it perfect for me!Loli MinguillionParis, France