TrousseCadette

Trousse Cadette

Pornichet, Pays de la Loire On Etsy since 2017

TrousseCadette

Trousse Cadette

Pornichet, Pays de la Loire | 195 Sales

Announcement    Welcome Chez Trousse - Cadette.
I offer a varied range of handmade objects in my small workshop as well as a selection of sewing supplies from my seamstress grandmother
Have fun and enjoy.
You can also visit my blog http://trousse-cadette.over-blog.com.
Have a good visit

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Last updated on Oct 24, 2017

Welcome Chez Trousse - Cadette.
I offer a varied range of handmade objects in my small workshop as well as a selection of sewing supplies from my seamstress grandmother
Have fun and enjoy.
You can also visit my blog http://trousse-cadette.over-blog.com.
Have a good visit

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    Sales 195
    On Etsy since 2017

    mon style, mes filles : chic et frenchie

    Hello

    My name is Nathalie, I live in France on the Atlantic Coast near Nantes.

    I sew, I create cartonnage boxes, I restore furniture and armchairs.

    My daughters inspire the style of my creations. I began to sew the clothes of their dolls and then I sewed their clothes. Already youngt hey had their own style .

    Juliette the elder loves the romantic, Shabby Chic style with a touch of vintage, while my younger, Valentine, is resolutely more graphic and modern.

    You will find in my creations 2 distinct styles and you will have fun to look for who inspired me.
    I like to combine materials and colors, peas and stripes but I especially like the association of the old and the modern.

    All my creations are unique, I create all my models in my small workshop.

    my haberdashery come from my grandmother who was a seamstress. She is now 96 years old, she has sewed a lot for the wives of American generals right after the Second World War.

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