Parisian Window Beginner Pattern
This hand embroidery pattern fits perfect in a hoop of 20cm (8″) in diameter. The design is inspired by an idyllic Parisian window with you who are relatively new to embroidery in mind. We strongly believe that the most important for joyful creation is to have a beautiful design that makes you feel excited and inspired.
Are you a beginner of embroidery and on the look for a beautiful pattern to stitch? Then you are in the perfect place! Because this Parisian window pattern has been designed with you in mind. We encourage you to have a look at the full process video below to best see each step.
As a beginner of any art form it is easy to get overwhelmed with the final result. However, if you break down the steps and stitch along one step at the time, you will soon realise that you can do it too!
For this embroidery pattern we therefore recommend to start in the back. In other words, begin with the neat contours of the window frame and shutters. Thereafter you add the potted plant followed by the typical Parisian balcony. It is important to embroider the plant before the balcony to enhance the perception of depth.
Lastly, you will be able to relax while adding the florals on the wall. Thanks to the variated floss you will achieve a more vivid and advanced look without the need to change thread.
What is included in this Beginner of embroidery Pattern?
Upon purchase you will receive the pattern with colour and technique guide as a downloadable pdf. Additionally you will also get a a general stitch guide (also PDF) with more detailed instructions of how to embroider a particular stitch. Thus, you need to be able to download and read pdf documents on your computer.
We also invite you to join our free video stitch library for visual representations of all the techniques that you need to know to embroider this pattern. You find it under Going knots on the Charles and Elin Academy.
If you ever have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to reach out to us and we will happily assist you as soon as we can! firstname.lastname@example.org
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