The chevron pattern is very popular right now, but there is something so original about these embroidered zigzags. The shade feels tribal, like ancient artwork.
This embroidered pouf is really unique and super functional as extra seating. In a more neutral room, the embroidered details would really pop and feel fun and youthful. The colors almost have a Mexican fiesta vibe, which makes me want to hang papel picado and throw a party!
The ribbon detail on this pillow reminds me of a sampler, of learning how to embroider and of practicing my running stitch. I am so fond of the oversized stitches and their childlike quality. But this pillow is not just for kids — a more mature audience can enjoy it as well.
This custom embroidered portrait would be the perfect gift for a quirky couple. The illustrations are sweet and have a childlike quality, but the message of love and togetherness is clear.
Embroidery hoops make perfect artwork frames, and this sweet bird cross-stitch is no exception. Create an eclectic and personal art wall by arranging hoops of various sizes, displaying various embroidery and favorite fabrics.
The stitched geometric patterns on this quilt are so beautiful in their subtlety. The detail is not screaming out at you, creating the perfect neutral bed. Pair this quilt with a sheep fur pillow and burnt sienna shams for a very mid-century modern look. Stitch work can feel modern!
I love this woven design and how it feels like oversized embroidery. Soft pastel colors like this are some of my favorites. This pillow would look great in a little girl's cozy bedroom.
I absolutely love the stitch detail stamped into this handmade porcelain plate because needlework and porcelain do not typically go together. It is unexpected but so beautiful in its simplicity. This plate would be a perfect host/hostess gift this holiday season. The only thing the plate needs is a stack of warm cookies.
An embroidered greeting is extra special! This handmade card is guaranteed to spread holiday cheer.
This bright and tribal-like embroidered pattern hints of travel, and it is the perfect journal for those filled with wanderlust. My favorite detail is the wrap-string closure; I think it brings out the handmade quality of the journal.
Sometimes it is hard to find embroidery work that looks clean and contemporary. This pillow would work perfectly in the contemporary home, but it also has a beautiful level of detail that is reminiscent of traditional craft work. A mix of old and new is always a design success.
This vase is repurposed perfection! Although it may look like stitched ceramic, the container is actually a used water bottle. This piece has simple, clean lines and a modern take on cross-stitch. One man's trash is truly another man's treasure with this piece.
Store-bought holiday tags are no comparison to these sweet handmade hearts. I would wrap my presents with kraft paper, bakers twine and these tags for easy but lovely holiday packaging.
Cross-stitch on the go! You can stitch your own designs or pre-made patterns into these iPhone cases. And when you get sick of one look, just remove it and embroider something new for fresh inspiration. This is a perfect gift for the geek-tech craft lover.
These blankets hail from Iceland and are woven with a traditional Icelandic pattern. They are called Gibba blankets; "gibba" being the word farmers call to their sheep. The beauty of the Nordic farm translates to these blankets with that feeling of both old and new. The pattern is lovely, and I bet they are so soft.
These dishtowels have the perfect mix of embroidered detail and French country style. Look no further if you need a gift for a baker. Include some vintage cookie cutters and recipe cards with this dishtowel, and your gift recipient will be baking away in no time.