Model stitched on 14 Ct. Cobblestone Aida by Fiberlicious Yummy Fibers with DMC floss, Kreinik #4 Braid, Caron Waterlilies, and Mill Hill Beads. Stitch Count: 185W x 300H. Finished size: 13.21" x 21.43".
"By the prickling of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes." Model stitched on 35 Ct. Havana linen by Weeks Dye Works using one strand of Needlepoint Silk over two threads. DMC conversions provided (310, 471, 937, 3787). Stitch Count: 169W x 68H.
New Halloween Rules Series! Ninth and tenth patterns in the 12 pattern series. Individual models stitched on 28 Ct. Amber Linen with Crescent Colours floss (Blackbird), Gentle Art Sampler threads (Tomato), and Weeks Dye Works (Carrot, Chestnut, Concord, Moss, Ocean, Whiskey, Whitewash). Stitch Count for individual designs is 85W x 33H. Button embellishments included.
The entire series was stitched on 32 ct. Chestnut linen - Stitch Count:93W x 366H.
Type: Cross Stitch Patterns.
Chart ten of a twelve part series - featuring the month of October. This perpetual calendar is presented in 48 parts - 4 parts for each month of the year - 12 charts in all. The models are shown stitched on 14 Ct. Antique Brown Perforated Paper with Crescent Colours. Weeks, or Gentle Art Sampler threads choices are given as well. (DMC alternates are 3865 310 3371 301 3776 333 550 209 327 554 500 501 732 3051 472 3348 791 792 793 340 341 794 3831 3832 3833 3855 415 647) The 4 parts of each month are shown mounted on custom die cuts and in an Ackfeld Calendar Holder (See January pattern list for holder).
"When witches go riding and black cats are seen, the moon laughs & whispers 'tis near Halloween." Sampler stitched on 32 Ct. Lambswool Linen with DMC floss. Stitch Count: 90W x 145H. "Halloween Foursome" stitched on 32 Ct. Lambswool Linen with DMC floss. Stitch Count: 73H x 74W. Associated fabric is for the sampler. If stitching the smaller design, you will need fabric measuring about 9" x 9". This is a reprint of a previously discontinued design.
"Away we ride till it's dark as pitch, to find the home of the wicked witch!" Model stitched on 30 Ct. Mink linen with Gentle Art Sampler threads (or DMC 3045, 3787, 3021, 869, 3781, 3857, 3799, 3031, 869, 3826, 407, 840). Stitch Count: 171x191. Design Size: 12" x 13"
Wickety model stitched two over two on 28 Ct. Lambswool Linen. Stitch Count: 88W x 154H. Design Size: 6.3" x 10.3". Mummy Mitten model stitched two over two on 28 Ct. Stoney Point Linen. Stitch Count: 43W x 43H. Design Size: 3.1" x 3.1". Both models stitched using DMC floss and Kreinik #4 Braid. Materials listed above are for Wickety.
Model stitched over two on 36 Ct. Natural linen using DMC floss. This pattern has two versions. One with the girl (like in the picture) or one with a witch. Stitch Count: 135W x 91H. Design Size: 8" x 5"
The model was stitched over 2 threads on 32 Ct. Fauna linen by Picture This Plus with Classic Colorworks floss (or DMC white, 310, 676, 3052, 921, 3031, 402, 420). Comes with cream beads. Stitch Count: 45W x 45H. Finished size: 2.8" x 2.8"
Reprint of a previously discontinued pattern. Models stitched two over two on 32 Ct. Lambswool using DMC floss. Stitch Count for Bump in the Night: 155H x 107W. Design Size: 9 3/4" x 6 3/4". Stitch Count for Ornaments: 47H x 31W. Design Size: 3" x 2"
Models stitched over 2 threads on 32 Ct. Dirty Belfast linen with Dinky Dyes Silk floss and Needlepoint Inc Silk (Conversions to Gentle Art Sampler threads and DMC provided). Shown with Mill Hill beads and 2 4mm black buttons. Stitch Counts: Square - 82x82, Vertical - 37x194, Horizontal - 26x246, Individual small designs - 38x38.
Model stitched on 40 Ct. Pewter by Picture This Plus with Weeks Dye Works floss, Gentle Art Sampler threads and Classic Colorworks floss. Stitch Count: 174W x 60H. Design Size: 9" x 3" Color chart. Shown with Cousing 11/0 Clear Crystal beads.
Model stitched on 32 Ct. Stone Grey Belfast linen with DMC floss. Stitch Count: 29H x 57W. Comes with silver hanger for the tail, antique brass button for the base, orange crystal beads, ghost sequin, embellished witch hat, and felt for the broom.