Manarola hand embroidery pattern

Manarola hand embroidery pattern


Do you love authentic Italian villages and colourful skies? Then this pattern is perfect for you! The modern contours of the Manarola village are perfectly complemented with a Van Gogh inspired sky.

If you’ve never stitched such a vivid sky before, Charles has got you covered. He has create a Youtube video tutorial just for you, to show you how you can do it too!

The pattern fits perfectly in a 15cm (6″) hoop.

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The Manarola hand embroidery pattern is a perfect challenge for the creative. The contours of the famous Italian Cinque Terre village keeps the  modern look.

You can choose to concentrate solely on the contour work. Use a single stranded thread and the backstitch technique. 

Add the Van Gogh inspired sky!

For the adventurous, you will be able to add a Van Gogh inspired sky. Charles has filmed a special video tutorial to guide you through the process. The tutorial shows you the secrets of how to effectively create a Van Gogh styles sky. That includes colour choices, stitch technique and general things to keep in mind!

What is included with the Manarola hand embroidery pattern?

Upon purchase you will receive the pattern, stitch and colour guide as downloadable pdf files. You will be able to instantly download them on the page. Alternatively, access again later on your account here on

We’ve also developed a Free video stitch library, that works as the perfect complement to the written guides. The video tutorials shows you close up videos of each technique. Which technique to use where is already indicated on your pattern.

We can’t wait to see what you create! Don’t forget to use the #charlesandelin so that we can see and share your work with the greater community.

Do you need materials?

You can everything you need with our partner Cloudcraft!

Work by other stitchers:

Embroidered Manarola pattern by student of Charles and Elin


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