Halloween Cross Stitch patterns

I used to do cross stitch all the time.  Alas, my eyes no longer allow this pleasure, but I still enjoy looking at patterns that are available.

Halloween Cross Stitch Patterns

Whip up Some Halloween Decor with one of these Cross Stitch patterns.

These patterns range from lightly seasonal to downright scary.  You can click on any of the images or the links below to go to the suppliers.

Witches hat and broomstick patternThis cute pattern features a witches hat and a broomstick with a cute caption.  Available at 123 Stitch.

Frankenstein crossstitchCreepy Frankenstein Cross Stitch pattern. Available as an instant download at New York Needleworks at Etsy.

Halloween cross stitchThis Whimsical design from Ursula Michael designs features a witches hat with the eyes embedded in the caption.

Halloween Saturday Evening Post cross stitchIf you enjoy the Saturday Evening post, then this design will be one that you may enjoy doing.  Available from Velona Needlecraft.

Headless horseman needlework patternThis headless horseman pattern brings the spooky fairy tale back to life!  Available from Arts and Designs.

Halloween cross stitchEven the dog looks scared in this spooky Halloween cross stitch pattern. Original design by Tereena Clark from Cross Stitch.com.

Skull cross stitch tote bagCross stitch patterns do not just have to be made into pictures.  This photo shows one stitched and then incorporated into a tote bag.  See details at Silver Raven Wolf.

Halloween cross stitch pillowFinally, there is a cute Halloween cross stitch pillow that incorporates pre-printed fabric as well as a cross stitch design.  Available at 123 Stitch.com.

Are you fond of cross stitching and needlework?  Will you eyes still allow the pleasure?

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  7 comments for “Halloween Cross Stitch patterns

  1. Marlene
    10/18/2013 at 3:12 am

    Just writing to thank you for posting my “Frankenstein Cross Stitch Pattern” on your site (which I love.) I so appreciate the exposure. Feel free to use any of my patterns!


    • admin
      10/18/2013 at 10:47 am

      Hi Marlene. Glad to promote you. I wish my eyes were still able to do cross stitch!


  2. Eillene
    10/19/2015 at 10:37 am

    I love to cross stitch too and need glasses for reading and stitching When I stitch on 18 to the inch I had been using a pair of 5X clip on’s over my regular reading glasses and that worked pretty good except I had to hold it quite close to my face and my neck and shoulders would get very sore. . I saw some advertised on the television called Big Vision and then found them at KMart on sale and decided to try them………….they are wonderful and I don’t have to hold the stitching up close…………I can hold it down in my lap and it works just fine. I guess you can find them at Walmart also and they are well worth the price. My only complaint is the ear part breaks easily so you need to be careful putting them on and taking them off.

    • Carol
      10/19/2015 at 6:43 pm

      Hi Eillene. I will have to check them out. We don’t have a K mart here but do have Walmart and Target.

  3. Eillene
    10/19/2015 at 8:38 pm

    I have had a macular hole closed in one eye and cataracts removed from both eyes and I highly recommend them. I saw that they have them at Walmart on line so if they don’t have them at your store just order them and they will ship them there for free. Good luck

    • Carol
      10/19/2015 at 11:04 pm

      Tanks Eillene for the suggestion!

  4. Eillene
    10/20/2015 at 6:13 am

    I hope they help you as much as they have me…………..hate to think you can’t stitch anymore

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