Transom Stained Glass Ornament
Cross Stitch Kit

Bring a bit of Belmont Mansion into your home this holiday season with our new cross stitch ornament kit inspired by the signature red and white floral pattern of the Mansion’s transom stained glass windows. Whether purchasing one for yourself or for a loved one, this ornament kit is the gift that keeps on giving--bringing joy during the creative process and delighting for years to come while hung on the holiday tree! The kit is great for beginner cross stitchers, but will also satisfy those with prior stitching experience. All materials are included to create your ornament from start to finish.

Kit includes:

  • 14-count Red Aida cloth

  • Needle

  • Floss

  • Chart and instructions

  • Felt backing

  • Cardboard insert

  • Ribbon


Designed by Angelic Stitcher (Andrea McDonough)

Beginner Level

Stitch design area: 4.5"h  x 3.25"w x 0.25"d

Dimensions: 6.5"h x 3.25"w x 0.25" (completed ornament, top loop to bottom edge); 10.25"h x 6"w x 0.5"d (kit package)


Members $29.65

(includes shipping and handling)

Shipped via USPS First-Class Mail Service within continental U.S. only.

Purchasing a gift and wish to include a note? Email museumshop@belmont.edu with your desired message after you place your order and we will include it on a note card with your gift’s shipment.

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Belmont Blvd & Acklen Avenue 

Nashville, TN 37212


1900 Belmont Blvd

Nashville, TN 37212


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The architecture of Belmont Mansion makes it one of the most significant homes of 19th century Tennessee.

Sold by the Acklen family in 1887, the house went to a developer who began one of Nashville’s early suburbs.

It was then purchased by two women who in 1890 started a college which evolved into Belmont University. Today the Belmont Mansion Association, which was formed in 1972, owns the collection, runs the museum, and shares this unique story of 19th century Nashville with visitors from far and near.

Photos by Ed Houk