These adorable vegetable cross stitch motifs are ideal for creating fun greetings cards, great for all occasions. Whether you give them as a thank you, for a birthday or to say congratulations, one thing is for sure, your green-fingered friends will love them!
The cute vegetable cross stitch is not only for greetings cards, but they could be mounted in a frame and hung up as a set in the kitchen or made into gift tags to add a personal touch to your gifts. The stitching possibilities are endless! Each vegetable cross stitch is suitable for beginners and would be a great way to practice cross stitch with various colours, you’ll even take on some back stitch (which we know can be a challenge) so check out our handy guide on how to backstitch.
In this set you will find three beautiful designs to choose from, you have the vegetable basket with the text ‘with love’, the watering can with the text ‘keep growing’, and finally a cute little pod of peas with the text ‘peas’. The vegetable cross stitch motifs are designed by Lesley Teare as part of a library of 41 different vegetable cross stitches, if you want the whole set they can be found in The World of Cross Stitching, issue 242.
If you are new to cross stitching or want to refresh your skills, check out our how to cross stitch and our useful guide to cross stitch needle sizes, for everything you need to get started on your next project.
Vegetable cross stitch template
Click the link to download the free vegetable cross stitch template. The download is an A4 PDF containing three designs.
More like the vegetable cross stitch
If you loved the vegetable cross stitch and want to make more cross stitch cards, try the cute elephant cross stitch which would make the perfect card for the arrival of a new baby. If you’re looking for a variety of designs to get ready for upcoming occasions, get inspired with these cross stitch cards patterns. If you’re looking for a wedding gift or a special token take a look at our lovely free wedding cross stitch patterns. If you’re looking to spruce up your kitchen decor with a framed cross stitch, try the bee cross stitch pattern, the lavender cross stitch, or the free kitchen cross stitch patterns, to spark your inspiration.
About the designer of the vegetable cross stitch
This is my favourite time of year as the spring blooms reappear and the seedlings begin to show! I spent the last few weeks in my garden and I couldn’t wait to capture the essence of it in these fun allotment motifs. Enjoy these green designs! – Lesley Teare.
Find out more about Lesley Teare and see more lovely cross stitch designs.