At the beginning of the century Coco Chanel was the first designer to make smocks fashionable and to give possibility of wearing soft cloths such as jersey which finally liberated the woman’s body. Since that time, hersailor style makes a comeback every summer, with its boyish trousers and its figure hugging dresses. It’s simply a must for all embroiderers. Ship’ahoy, prepare your needles!
The printed pattern includes symbols and colour references (DMC) all on one page. It is 117 stitches high by 88 stitches wide. Your finished embroidery will measure around 21 cm high x 16 cm wide whether you use 11 count linen or 5,5 count aïda. French Design.