Nimuë presents Matoomuch!

Matoomuch from an illustration by Séverine Pineaux

Et voilà Matoomuch is now available in kit and sheet form. Just click on the links above according to your preferences. Don’t forget to add the Haberdashery Special and the Vintage Linen cream coupon if you take the grid alone.

Matoo-pompon
Matoomuch chapeau
Matoomuch perles
Matoomuch plume paon

Matoomuch fan over black Paris Silk, for a precious satin finish.

When Matoomuch, his hat and his corseted clothes are embroidered, it is time to move on to making the fan in a Black Work spirit.

After the very first stitches and the choice of main threads, the pattern begins to take shape.

Creation of a cross stitch embroidery: Matoomuch

Nimuë has just turned 20 and it's time to celebrate!

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On 12-ply Zweigart natural linen, Algiers Silk + pearls

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Merry Christmas

Complete kit or chart based on an illustration by Séverine Pineaux

On Zweigart 12 count natural linen.
Red beads and gold thread

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Christmas decor

Onward to the Christmas holidays with this illustration by Erlé Ferronnière.

Complete kit or Grid on linen or iridescent white Zweigart aida.

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Kit and chart for this simple subject to embroider. Why not teach your children or grandchildren to embroider with a theme that is dear to them: Merlin the Enchanter.

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Mini-Kit or grid from a painting by Sophie Busson.

On natural linen 14 threads Zweigart, pearls, Paris silk threads mixed in the headdress + bi-color metallic thread.

Retrospective years 2002 to 2022

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History of Creations: Episode 2

Enchantment, Little People, culture and tradition

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The choice of Images, what we embroider makes sense

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Papillon
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Awakening of a Fairy

Why do I embroider? Why we embroider…

Where does embroidery take us? Embroidery useful or useless?

The Beginning: Prologue
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The first steps of the Mystery Grid

Choose your embroidery fabric: aida or linen?

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Aida and linen don’t oppose each other, they just don’t tell the same stories.

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I think I'm becoming Nimuë-addict 😁 For the record, I discovered the Mic & Mac series 20 years ago, when my children were very young. I followed the evolution of Nimüé from afar, and recently, I followed the Viviane saga. I have been passionate about the Arthurian legend since my childhood, and the character of Viviane in particular. As I already have several large works in progress, I refused to add another one of this magnitude. But I think I'm going to crack, now that I've touched this very special style 😍

Alice

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