Oak boxes are a great way to display your 6x6” mini design and a great self-finishing option. The box comes in a whitewash and natural finish. All oak boxes include glass and black velvet lining. Mounts from underside with swivel masonite. All boxes 2 1/2" high.
Please note that you will need to stitch two additional rows around your design before inserting it into the oak box. When placing your order, please include the mini kit design you are stitching in the order note section of your order. We are happy to send these additional strands to you at no charge. If you have any additional questions, please reach out to our customer service team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This little box is the ideal way to display the 6” kits - well made and attractive and the glass cover has the added advantage of protecting the needlework from the attentions of my two Bengals! Plus it serves a useful purpose as well as being decorative.
They are very well made boxes.I bought the natural oak box for my grandchildren to have put their “treasures” in as they grow. I haven’t yet stitched the needlepoints yet as have to finish the alphabet rug first!
I’m busy stitching several mini kits to put into oak boxes as Christmas gifts. Robin, Snow Geese, Christmas Rose... and later in the year there will be birthday boxes too. My husband loves his natural oak Teddy box given on his birthday. Large enough for cocktail napkins, packets of sweet pea seeds, trinkets and other small surprises. Far more useful than framing them!
I bought the box in a natural colour to display the 6" dahlia kit. EB also included additional background thread so that the work fully reaches the edges of the display. The service and packaging of the box were excellent and I'm happy with the finish and fastenings, which are simple to adjust. The boxes are a lovely way to present these smaller pieces of needlework as well as having a functional purpose.
I love the box. The quality and finish is excellent and the size perfect for housing my spare needles, scissors and other sewing bits and bobs I use when doing my needlepoint. I have the white box and the finish is lovely, not too solid white with the wood grain showing through. To fit the canvas behind the glass I found that the canvas has to be cut pretty close to the stitching. Three extra rows are recommended but I think two would be be sufficient. I will definitely be doing more boxes.