Bring the Halloween season in right with this creepy witch flying over a spooky haunted house on All Hallows' Eve. This is an easy pattern to follow and sure to be a favorite Halloween heirloom.
This is an instant download PDF cross stitch pattern so if patience isn't your strong suit, buy this and start stitching this flying witch instantly!
This download includes: --cover photo of stitched pattern for reference --multiple page black and white chart --floss list with key --PDF info --artist bio
Stitch count 140 x 189 stitches. Stitched area is 10" x 13.5" when stitched on 28 count over 2 threads. Suggested Fabric is 28 ct. Cashel Linen "Murky" by Picture This Plus.
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I am stitching this right now. One of my friends on Instagram posted about this pattern and when I saw it, *boom* had to have it! I actually haven't stitched for a couple of months so this pattern really brought me out of my stitching funk. Easy to read and not a whole lot of color changes makes for one happy stitcher here!
Oct 10, 2017 by Leslie Ikeda
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