East Indian Cherry cross stitch is a bold interpretation of a common garden plant. It was inspired by a 1919 woodblock print by painter and graphic artist Julie de Graag.
It’s a fantastic piece to cross stitch and we think you’ll have great fun stitching the checked elements in the inner petals and those amazing background swirls.
The finished design will vamp up a black tote bag or brighten up your favourite wall.
More Art Nouvea cross stitch?
If you love our East Indian Cherry cross stitch you might appreciate more projects in the Art Nouveau style.