Zoe Box

(1 customer review)


PDF Pattern to stitch and finish this stunning box.
This design features a tree of life growing through the four seasons, with a cute little creature symbolising that season on each side. It’s enhanced with a variety of special stitches, as well as beads, sequins, and silver thread. A little treasure of a box, stitched inside as well as outside.
Once assembled, it’s about 10 cm wide and 14 cm high. (approx. 4″ w x 5.5″ h)


FORMAT: PDF pattern as DIGITAL DOWNLOAD (available to download in both English and French)

STITCH COUNT: 216 x 324 stitches (split over several parts: 200 x 140 stitches, 216 x 44 stitches, 108 x 54 stitches, 100 x 50 stitches and 2 lots of 26 x 26 stitches)

STITCHED SIZE (when using 32ct fabric): 34 x 51 cm (13.5″ x 20″)


  • Zweigart 32ct linen
  • DMC stranded cotton
  • Rainbow Gallery Petite Treasure Braid
  • Mill Hill beads


  • a detailed shopping list
  • a key to the symbols used
  • a special stitch tutorial (beads, French knot, rice stitch, round eyelet stitch with sequin, spiderweb stitch, tied oblong stitch)
  • colour charts
  • a finishing tutorial to assemble this project
  • + FREE WITH THIS PATTERN: exclusive BONUS pages (in both languages) with the printable thread card for this design and extra chart views (cross-stitch only + black & white with all stitches)

Any question? Don’t hesitate to contact me!

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Additional information


Due to the nature of Digital Downloads*, this item is unfortunately non-refundable. However, should you experience any problem with it, please get in touch and I will be more than happy to help and offer a solution.

(*they are not returnable in their original unopened state, with the assurance that no copy has been retained)

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1 review for Zoe Box

  1. Lesley Salmonson

    My very first box and I love it! It is so beautiful, and I love the beads and sequins, they add a special touch. It was an easy and fun stitch, and really pushed me to do my best. I couldn’t be more thrilled with how it turned out.

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