Cross stitch kit - Coquecigrues cushion - Museum and Heritage Collection
Rectangular cushion to embroider in cross stitch with the Coquecigrues motif, one of the famous motifs printed in the Oberkampf Manufactory, in Jouy, around 1790-1800. It is take from our spectacular pattern dedicated to the history of Toile de Jouy fabrics from the Museums and Heritage Collection. The coquecigrue is a fantasy animal made up of no less than a cockeral, a crane and a stork…
Dimensions of finished cushion: 31 x 22cm.
This complete kit contains everything necessary to make a small cushion, including the backing fabric:
a Retors du Nord embroidery floss card containing colours: 2034, 2302, 2332, 2536 and 2876;
a Sajou “Créé par moi” label (Made by me);
full colour pattern chart.
Presented in a lovely Sajou cardboard re-usable box.
Discover our section with all the toile de Jouy products. In our Madame Sajou diary section, you can discover the secrets behind the creation of this work which inaugurates our Museums and Heritage collection. You will also find all sorts of cultural and historical information about Toile de Jouy.