Pyramides Embroidery Pattern
The Pyramides embroidery pattern fits perfectly in a hoop of 23-25 cm (9-10″). It’s both relaxing to stitch and you will have a unique Architectural art piece to gift or hang on your wall upon completion.
The Pyramides embroidery pattern fits perfectly in a hoop of 23-25 cm (9-10″). It’s a modern architectural design that concentrates on the graphical look of a typical Parisian building. We recommend to only use a single strand to best capture the finesse of the line-work.
Furthermore, we also urge you to use the back-stitch technique for the majority of the design. The backstitch method is perfect to embroider neat and straight lines, even for beginners of embroidery! With a thin thread and carefully placed stitches you will achieve a highly advanced look regardless of your previous embroidery experience.
For our embroidery of this design, we chose to stitch with a blue thread. However, we highly encourage you to choose the colour scheme that you find the most inspiring. A great part of the enjoyment of stitching is to embroider a design you love in colours that you love.
The name for this pattern comes from the original inspiration: Place des pyramides in Paris. It’s a square located in the 1st arrondissement of Paris and thus holds a rich history.
For best insight, see the full process of embroidering this design on our Youtube video below:
What’s included in the Pyramides embroidery pattern?
As with all our patterns, you will receive an instant downloadable pdf with both the pattern and accompanying stitch and colour guide. Inside the pattern you will see visual explanations of where we recommend to use which embroidery technique. In addition, you will also receive a pdf with a complementary stitch guide, where each technique is explained in more detail.
Furthermore, we also invite you to join our free video stitch library, were you find close up videos of all the processes to fully grasp the techniques.
Don’t hesitate to reach out to us if you ever have any questions about the embroidery process! Can’t wait to see what you create with this pattern. We would love to see your progress via the #charlesandelin . If you choose to tag us we will happily share your work with thousands of other embroidery enthusiasts in our stories!