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May Cthulhu Devour This House Last - Cross-stitch Pattern


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Made in Charleston, West Virginia

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Here's a pattern expressing something we all hope for! This awesome Cthulhu was originally drawn by Melita Curphy, and there's a link to her shop below.

When stitched on 14 ct Aida this will fit neatly in an 8x10 inch frame, measuring 7 5/8 inches wide and 9 1/2 inches high.

The digital download includes the pattern files and instructions. Two versions of the pattern are included - a pattern with colored blocks and symbols, and a black and white, symbols only pattern.

PLEASE read the text file on the download pack first, as it contains some important notes about the pattern.

The pattern and instruction files will be available to download via Etsy after your payment has been processed.

Sorry, I cannot take commissions for finished works.

Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns.

Check out Melita Curphy's shops:

Average review
Excellent pattern,easy to follow,would highly recommend
7 days ago by Susan Gibson
This is the perfect pattern for our new house. I cannot wait to see it finished
Apr 2, 2018 by Sharon Blickensderfer
Mar 15, 2018 by Bianca
Mar 5, 2018 by mkat1812
This is an AWESOME pattern and I can't wait to get started! This shop worked with me personally to make sure I got exactly what I wanted and had excellent communication to make sure everything was perfect.
Feb 22, 2018 by Jocelyn

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Do not sell finished pieces made with my patterns barring for charity purposes. In those instances the full price from the finished piece must go to the charity, not a percentage.

My patterns do not use symbols (in general), but solid color blocks on graph paper. For me this is both the easiest way to create a pattern and the easiest to read when stitching.

I am not currently able to convert my patterns to symbols only, though I am working on that with a few of the more complex ones.

If a pattern is difficult to read on your monitor or after printing (ie: if the colors run together), please contact me and I'll work to fix it for you.