Traditional embroidery 

Traditional embroidery is a treasure trove of stitches, from the simple running stitch to the more complex satin stitch or chain stitch, giving an infinite number of results. Find some of the more common stitches in Madame Sajou's Diary.
We have also grouped together these main stitches in a new Sajou album n°916.
You will find in this section printed motifs to embroider, downloadable motifs, Solufix, embroidery linens etc…

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Downloadable embroidery motifs

For the moment we can only offer downloadable embroidery motifs, but, when things get back to normal, we will have motifs printed on Solufix.
Explanations on how to use Solufix are available in the formats 21 x 15cm and 45 x 24cm.
When you buy a downloadable product, you will receive a link just after paying for your order.
This download is only valid once.
You can use our Retors du Nord, Laine Saint-Pierre or Tonkin flosses, and add a bit of metallized thread for that personal touch.
Find the principal embroidery stitches in Madame Sajou's Diary.
We also have a Sajou Album 916 with diagrams of the main stitches. 

Linen for traditional embroidery

You will find here linen for traditional embroidery in different colours. 
With a width of 160cm, you can buy it by the metre or in swatches.
Of course these fabrics are also perfectly suitable for all your sewing needs.
We have a restricted range for the moment which will be increased as soon as our supplier can open up again.
For the embroidery, you can use our Retors du Nord, Laine Saint-Pierre or Tonkin flosses, and add a bit of metallized thread for that personal touch.
Find the principal embroidery stitches in Madame Sajou's Diary.
We also have a Sajou Album 916 with diagrams of the main stitches.



Printed motifs to embroider

Traditional embroidery motifs printed on linen.
The motifs are printed in colour on natural linen. Create a unique piece by embroidering partially, or totally.
You can use our Retors du Nord, Laine Saint-Pierre or Tonkin flosses, and add a bit of metallized thread for that personal touch.
Find the principal embroidery stitches in Madame Sajou's Diary.
We also have a Sajou Album 916 with diagrams of the main stitches.