The dahlia originates from the warm regions of Mexico, Central America and Columbia. The plant was later baptized dahlia in honor of the Swedish botanist, Andreas Dahl, student of the famous Carl Linnaeus, known as the “father of modern taxonomy” after formalizing the naming of plants. It was introduced in France in 1802. Used for dyeing, the darker colors have always given the best results.
This chart is taken from our spectacular pattern dedicated to Tinctorial Plants in the “Museums and Heritage” collection. It is embroidered in cross-stitch over two threads of fabric using two strands of Retors du Nord. Easy, fun and it is perfect for gift giving. The kit contains:
- a piece of cyclamen-colored linen fabric,
- a card of Retors du Nord embroidery floss with the seven colors necessary,
- a cardboard disc and a piece of wadding,
- a round tin with a purple imitation crocodile paper,
- a pattern chart with all explanations for mounting.
Presented in a cardboard Sajou box. Mounting instructions are included in the kit