Woodenwares from Lone Elm Lane for Finishing Cross-Stitch or Punch Needle

Stephanie of Lone Elm Lane creates primitive woodenwares by hand for your cross-stitch or punch needle embroidery finishes.

Stephanie’s wood designs were borne from a love of textile art and primitive antiques. She makes these by hand typically with rough sawn lumber. “My wood working hobby was inspired and taught to me by a dear friend. I use beech or hard maple, occasionally white oak or even reclaimed lumber when crafting certain pieces.” See her About page for more inspiring info. Stephanie also sells cross-stitch patterns on her website loneelemlane.com.

Lone Elm Lane’s woodenwares include:

  • Pincushions
  • Shaker boxes
  • Crown boxes
  • Cabinets
  • Standing frames
  • Chest boxes
  • Divided drawers

For more finishing ideas, you can always head to the top of Frogging News and select Cross-Stitch. Then look for Accessories.

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