Owl Moon from Jacquie Morris

free owl moon cross stitch pattern from Jacquie Morris at My Journey blog

source: My Journey (Jacquie Morris)

This cute little owl and his friend the spider are just hanging out on the moon, waiting to be spooky and fun in your Halloween decor.

The free pattern is from Jacquie Morris at her My Journey blog and makes for a quick and easy stitch. You’ll also find a few other Halloween themed freebies on the same page [here].

Enjoy & Happy Stitching!

Bat Ship Sailing In for Halloween

A pirate ship with a giant bat sail sailing your way courtesy of Too Much Stash just in time for Halloween stitching.

You’ll find the pattern as a JPG downloadable from Joobee at the Too Much Stash blog [here].

Enjoy & Happy Stitching!

A Cute Little Halloween Boo

It’s actually a little amazing how many Halloween elements are incorporated into this itty bitty Boo cross stitch pattern from Plaid.

There’s the standard orange, black, and yellow colors. Bats. A pumpkin carved into a jack’o’lantern. Candy corn stripes. All that and it’s only about two inches big, and darn cute.

You’ll find the pattern at PlaidOnline.com [here].

With all whole stitches and a tiny bit of backstitch this is a beginner level project that can be stitched up quickly in time for Halloween. Just the right size for an ornament or a card.

Enjoy & Happy Stitching!

Witches, Skulls, and Bats, Oh My!

DMC’s Commonthread shared four PDFs packed with Halloween 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 πŸ˜‰

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

Enjoy & Happy Stitching!

Fire Burn Cauldron Bubble

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!

Wicked 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.

Get the pattern from Sub Rosa here.

Enjoy & Spooky Stitches!

Halloween Topiary

Halloween Topiary free cross stitch pattern from DMC

source: DMC-usa.com

This design incorporates a few different DMC threads, the Satin floss and the glow-in-the-dark floss add really nice touches to the Halloween Topiary.

Get the free pattern here.

Enjoy & Happy Stitching πŸ™‚

Witch Moon Halloween Ornament

This fun Witch Moon pattern is available at HobbyLoco.com and is the perfect size for a Halloween ornament.

Get the pattern here.

Using a single variegated color it will stitch up quickly and be ready in time for Halloween. πŸ˜‰ It would be really fun to stitch up with glow-in-the-dark threads on black fabric also.

[click here for tips on stitching on black fabric]

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. πŸ˜‰

Enjoy & Happy Stitching!

Best Witches

This adorable Halloween themed freebie designed by Barbara Ana is available from CyberStitchers.com.

At 52 x 52 stitch count it’s the perfect size for a Halloween tree ornament or a little tuck pillow, but of course there are plenty of other options for working this fun design into your Halloween decor.

Enjoy & Happy Stitching!