Richelieu Embroidery Patterns

Big paper sheets format A1 (approx. 84 x 60 cms) with beautiful patterns for Richelieu embroidery.

Price per pattern: 2,90 Euro.   Price of 6 pattern sheets togehter only 15,- Euro.

The sheets are folded like architect's plans and can be punched and be filed.

 

Price inklusiv VAT, without delivery 

pattern 1 - roses
Rose motive for pillow, runner and rose crane

Size: width of runner's approx. 37 cms, diameter rosary approx. 44 cms, diameters of the round motive approx. 24 cms to sheet tops, size of a rose approx. 9 x 10 cms
pattern 2 - fruits
Fruit motives for different applications.


Size: fruit basket motive ovally approx. 26.5 x 19 cms, round fruit basket motive approx. 26.5 cms of diameter, circle of the small round fruit motives approx. 12.5 cms, gerades fruit motive approx. 36 x 11 cms
pattern 3 - little flowers
One can cut out these motives outside or embroider as an application in a bigger blanket

Sizes: runner approx. 25 x 74 cms, motive of a circle approx. 28 cms about, rectangle approx. 36.5 x 25 cms
pattern 4 - lions
Classic lion motives from the beginning of 20 Jhdt.

Sizes: oval motive approx. 43.5 x 27 cms, round motive without circles all round approx. 30 cms of diameter, rectangular motive approx. 45 x 30 cms
pattern 5 - butterfly
These motives have big forms in contrast to the lion motives.

Naturally one can fill with such butterflies and cut blossoms also other forms.

Sizes: oval motive approx. 41 x 32 cms, squares approx. 15 x 15 cms, rectangular motive approx. 38 x 18 cms
pattern 6 - pillows
Three very decorative pillow motives
Naturally one can embroider them also on a table cloth.

Sizes: oval motive at the top approx. 46 x 29 cms, oval motive below approx. 44 x 31 cms, rose motive in the circle approx. 33 cms of diameter
pattern 7 - sheet with hole sample
The blind hole samples which one can use just as you like.
One can fill out the circles and sheet forms with flat stitches or work as holes.

Sizes: round little doily on the top left approx. 29.5 cms of diameter, round little doily below approx. 27 cms of diameter, the small motives are approx. 10 to 13 cms wide completely on the left, both motives in the middle are approx. 18 and 22 cms wide, the wreath on the top right has a diameter of approx. 26 cms.
pattern 8 - big blanket
For all which would like to embroider broken flourishes.

Size: diameter of the motive approx. 63 cms
pattern 9 - Nasturtium
From this model one can do a big blanket: The oval motive comes on the tabletop, from the round corner motive + straight-partial several times in a row one can form the outside bord.

One can also make a runner with the oval motive, just as you like extended by straight pieces and 4 corner motives are a motive of a circle.

Sizes: width of the edging: approx. 9 cms, shown half an oval motive are approx. 64 cms long and approx. 57 cms wide, the just piece is approx. 43 cms long.
pattern 10 - Flourishs
One can group these motives round other motives or use independently.
patron 11 - bavoir bébé
For the special bib to the christing or for the fitting out of a nature-big baby doll.

These bibs come from the time beginning 20. century and were approx. 16% smaller . I have increased them and hope they are fit for current Babies.

Size of a bib approx. 23 to 27 cms wide and approx. 32 to 34 cms long.
pattern 13 - butterflies 2
Even more butterfly's motives

Sizes: little doily motive on the right approx. 52 x 31 cms, big butterfly's motive in ovally on the top left approx. 32 x 27.5 cms, small oval approx. 21 x 16.5 cms, rectangle with butterfly approx. 23.5 x 15 cms.
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My models are ancient samples also drawn by hand of a designer from the time before the war. A few are also done after old embroideries. Only changed for the computer and a new drawn.

Unfortunately, because I have not found a printing office which prints iron on patterns in small editions, each must create to itself from these patterns his iron on pattern. Alternatively with thinner material one can trace the samples also with pencil on the material.

More about iron on pencils here

The patterns ar drawn by hand with a graphic pencil in the computer and not realy parallel and a little bit shaky.

 

Here you see a edetail from one of the pattterns.