Halloween Cat Cross Stitch Pattern from Jaunty Fox Designs

The model is stitched on a beautiful hand-dyed linen by R & R Reproductions that really adds to the Halloween feeling, but I think any orange fabric will do, or maybe a nice dark purple for an evening sky look. You’ll find the pattern at Jaunty Fox Designs [here].

Enjoy & happy stitching!

Scary Cat Halloween Towel Cross Stitch Pattern

This fun Halloween towel cross stitch pattern from Cathie’s Craftworks is designed to fit on a hand towel with a stitching band.

You’ll find the pattern [here].

If your local craft stores are anything like mine, you might have difficulty finding the towels with the stitchband insert. I picked a few up from Amazon at a nice price.

Witches, Skulls, and Bats, Oh My! Halloween Cross Stitch from DMC

DMC’s Commonthread shared four PDFs packed with Halloween cross stitch goodness. Cute witches, fun pumpkins, spooky little bats and spiders, there’s even a cute little owl.

The skull set is really Day of the Dead and not Halloween, but I love a good sugar skull so I’ll take it 😉

You’ll find all four pattern set PDF files on the Commonthread site [here].

Enjoy & Happy Stitching!

Fire Burn Cauldron Bubble Cross Stitch

This cute little cat and cauldron freebie is from Stitchers Anon and can be found here.

A quick little stitch with just a few colors and basic whole stitches, perfect for a Halloween tree or grouping of decorations.

Enjoy & Happy Stitching!

Autumn Blackwork Cat

This lovely blackwork cat design comes from Kitty & Me Designs by Pamela Kellogg.

Super cute and yet elegant at the same time. That’s what I love about blackwork stitching, it looks fancy sometimes but it’s so relaxing and soothing to stitch up.

Get the downloadable pattern over at the Kitty & Me Designs blog.

Enjoy & Happy Stitching!

Wicked Halloween Cross Stitch Freebie

haunted house halloween free cross stitch pattern from subrosa

source: sub rosa

A spooky house on a hill, bats flying in the night, spiderwebs for effect, and a black cat to round things out. Must be a wicked Halloween cross stitch pattern.

Get the pattern from Sub Rosa here.

Enjoy & Spooky Stitches!

Meowalloween – Black Cat and Pumpkin

The cutest little black kitten hanging out with a jack’o’lantern. Adorableness all around.

You’ll find this freebie at the Silver Cute Dwarf Journal blog, along with several photos of the finished pillow that she created with it.

The pattern is charted with standard DMC colors, but I think the cat’s eyes and the jack’o’lantern face would look really cool with some glow-in-the-dark threads. 😉

Enjoy & Happy Stitching!

3 Free Halloween Biscornu Cross Stitch Patterns

Kell at Kincavel Krosses designed a series of three Halloween Biscornu patterns that you can mix and match for some extra fun. You can stitch two of the same, two different, mix them and match them for spooky biscornu making. Great as pincushions, decorations, or even as ornaments if you have a Halloween tree. (I love my Halloween tree, I really need to get more ornaments before I can really consider it decor though!)

Pumpkins are here, Cats are here, and Spiders are here.

Enjoy & Happy Stitching!

Witch Hat with Cat for Halloween

witch hat with spider and black cat free cross stitch pattern

source: Sullivans

Is there a black cat hiding in your hat?

This cute design by Ursula Michael is available on the Sullivans website here. There are other patterns on the page, you’ll find this cutie in the Autumn section about half way down the page.

Enjoy and Happy Stitching!

What’s This Lion Pattern – Free In Memory of Cecil the Lion

Heaven and Earth Designs (Aka HAED) shared this pattern free for a limited time on their Facebook page in memory of Cecil the Lion.

note: the pattern may no longer be available free, it was a limited time offering

The folks at HAED asked nothing in return, but a few folks on Facebook have mentioned donating the normal cost of a chart to a wildlife preserve foundation that helps big cats. I love that idea and it’s a beautiful way to honor Cecil.

There’s also a stitch-along group forming for those that want to stitch the pattern. Check that out on Facebook too if you’re interested in stitching the pattern and showing support.