Unfinished Wood Long Decorative Frame for Cross Stitch

Do you have a favorite longer cross stitch project that you would like to display? Our wood cross stitch display frame is the perfect way to show off your longer stitched pieces. The simple design features a 13.25 inch long by 4.25 inch tall opening with a scalloped edge border on the top and bottom. The frame includes 5 finials to complete the decorative look.

  • material: 1/4 inch MDF wood
  • fits up to a finished cross stitch piece of 4.25 inches tall and 13.25 inches wide.
  • overall size: approx 8 inches tall by 14.25 inches wide.
  • kit includes: wood for frame, candlestick, finial, and instructions for assembly
  • Not included: paint, finished cross stitch piece, ribbons, trims, and extra embellishments NOT included
Finished cross stitch sample is called Big Hearted Tiny Town by Heart in Hand.

Customer Reviews

Based on 23 reviews
michelle conklin

Saw the frames I bought on colorado cross stitch and jumped right up to order. Not disappointed in any way. What great ideas and quality frames for crafters!
Quuick shipping too.

Jan K
Perfect Frame

East to pant & assemble. Perfect for Tiny Town cross stitch designs!

Katherine Barto

I really love the wood long decorative frame for cross stitch I just purchased. I have already glued it together and just finished painting it. I plan to use it to display Heart in Hand tiny town patterns. So glad I found Paisley and Polka Dots. I will be ordering more in the future.

Christy Keeth Floss Bossin’ Cousins

I am so in love with the beautiful things I got from Paisely & Polka Dots!! Makes finishing my pieces a breeze! And the price point is GREAT!!!

Patricia McDonald

The design is very cute. The 'Tiny Town' cross stitches fit perfectly on it, even if you stitch on 14 count. The instructions are easy to follow. I used Chalk paint from Hobby Lobby and an acrylic varnish. It turned out lovely. The only down side is assembly. I did not paint the areas that fit together (per instructions) and sanded where they fit together. I still needed to take a hammer and , placing a thick cloth over the glued pieces, gave the piece several good wacks. It did go together but not as easy as I thought it would. I imagine it will hold up very well.