Lilies and Dragonflies cross stitch pattern was inspired by a set of stained glass windows used to decorate a Parisian jeweller’s shop in 1910.
We adore the bold Art Nouveau colour palette and the unusual shape of the project — a bit like a long keyhole with a black-framed outline. The finished cross stitch will make an amazing feature piece for your favourite wall.
Be warned though, on 14 count Aida cloth, this cross stitch is almost a metre long. Are you up for the challenge?
Alphonse Mucha was a Czech painter and illustrator who lived between 1860 and 1939 and was part of the original Art Nouveau movement in Paris. We are thrilled to recreate some of Mucha’s most famous works (including three variations of the Four Season Series) in cross stitch for you.