Fruits (cross stitch)

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

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

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

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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.

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Fruits – week 9

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Now that the bigger fruits are stitched, I am adding raspberries to fill the gaps. Because I used whole embroidery flosses to make the cross stitches (6 strands), the Aida cloth in between the fruits is wrinkled. Adding more fruits resolves this annoying problem.

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