Fruits (cross stitch)

Fruits (cross stitch) -

The last raspberry has been stitched. My fruit cross stitch is now finished.

Fruits (cross stitch) - francenadeau.comFruits (cross stitch) - francenadeau.comFruits (cross stitch) - francenadeau.comFruits (cross stitch) - francenadeau.comFruits (cross stitch) - francenadeau.comFruits (cross stitch) -

I have decided to place it into a frame. One of the benefits of frames is that they can also act as trays.

Fruits (cross stitch) -

When not in use, it will stay just above my stove.

Fruits (cross stitch) -

Below is a jasmine tea ball that opened into a little flower on a small stem. I may be the only one seeing it, though.

Fruits (cross stitch) -

House - Thank you for visiting -

Follow my blog with Bloglovin

Web site Craftsy Pattern Store Spoonflower Shop Pinterest Google+ Instagram

Heart in Stripes - tutorial at francenadeau.comThe Blue House - pattern at

On a Case - pattern at

12 thoughts on “Fruits (cross stitch)

  1. I love this idea, France! What a wonderful way to display your embroidery. I am sure it will bring you great pleasure each time you use the “tray”, and will look beautiful when not in use!
    Barbara x

    • Thank you so much, Rachel! I thought that the simple white frame would offer a nice contrast to the busy design. I’m happy about how it turned out. And I’m happy that you agree. 🙂

  2. Une trés jolie finition!
    L’épaisseur de la broderie est bien nette,l’idée du plateau est sympathique
    on admire la broderie en dégustant son thé et en savourant son bon dessert…
    Une agréable association.
    Belle fin de semaine

    • Merci bien, Marie Christine! J’aime bien votre interprétation. J’ajouterais : laisser son esprit voguer au-delà des points brodés pendant la pause thé/gâterie. 😉

  3. It turned out beautifully, France! Such rich colors and such a yummy design. It’s bound to whip up your appetite when you use it as a tray!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *