Gingerbread Christmas tree by Victoria Sampler 5: the finished Gingerbread tree

It’s finished! The little Gingerbread Christmas tree by Thea Dueck of Victoria Sampler has come out really well, and can now join the other Gingerbread buildings in my village. If you’d like to stitch this too, the chart pack is available from  here.

Gingerbread Christmas Tree assembly of cross stitch model

I’m so pleased with this – it’s a great addition to my slowly-growing Gingerbread Village from Victoria Sampler. This is how my little Gingerbread Village looks now.

Gingerbread Christmas Village cross stitch by Victoria Sampler

Thanks for reading my blog during the past year! I hope you’ve enjoyed what I have written about. Have a great Christmas  🙂


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13 thoughts on “Gingerbread Christmas tree by Victoria Sampler 5: the finished Gingerbread tree”

    1. Thank you! There’s another four or five buildings in the series that I haven’t made yet, and Thea has just said that for 2020 Christmas she wants to bring out a chart for a Gingerbread TRAIN! Can’t wait!

  1. Oooo, I’d love to do the train! Will you let us know when it is available please? And I love your village! Did you stitch the table cloth as well?

    1. Yeah, a train will be wonderful!! If you go to the Victoria Sampler website, I think you can sign up for their newsletter (or join the Facebook group to find out there, too). But I’ll probably talk about it when it’s released, as I can’t see me wasting much time before buying the chart once it’s out! I didn’t stitch the tablecloth under my tree – I bought it in a market a few years ago. It’s machine embroidered, but really nicely done 🙂

      1. I will check out their website, thank you. I love your blog. Your postings are very informative and inspiring! Happy Christmas and New Year Blessings from Winnipeg, Canada!

  2. I have thoroughly enjoyed each edition of your blog over the past few years since I found you.
    Whatever you have been making, stitching I have found it all very inspiring.
    I look forward to seeing what you will be doing in the new year.
    Best wishes for the holiday season and for 2020.
    Pam Lightfoot

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