Rectangular blue cushion to embroider in cross stitch. It is taken from our spectacular pattern dedicated to Chenonceau Château from the “Museums and Heritage” collection.
The decor on the large fireplace in the Louis XIV salon consists of a salamander and ermine, the symbolic animals of François I and Claude of France. The fleur de lys is the symbol of the French kings and the H decorated with fleur de lys evokes Henri II who gave Chenonceau to his mistress, Diane of Poitiers. This complete kit includes all the necessary, including the backing fabric: - two slate embroidery linen squares, - two Sajou blue embroidery linen squares, - one card of Retors du Nord embroidery floss n°2876, - 100% “indienne” cotton fabric 46 x 25cm, - a pattern chart with mounting explanations, - a Sajou “Créé par moi” label (made by me) (Depending on our stocks, the indienne fabric may vary, but trust us, the end result will always be lovely). Dimensions of finished cushion: 30 x 20cm. Mounting is very simple and everything is explained step by step.