Happy Halloween Cross Stitch Pattern Freebie

This Kit & Bixby Happy Halloween cross stitch pattern freebie is available from the Hoffman Distributing website, but it looks like the designer’s website is no longer existing.

Not sure what’s going on there, I still see plenty of their patterns for sale around the web (and they have some very nice designs) so I’m not sure if they’re stopped producing new patterns of if they’ve just temporarily taken down their website to focus on designing. I’ll have to keep an eye out for new things from them in the future. (and if you’re a member of Kit & Bixby and just need a little website help, drop me a note, I’d be glad to assist.)

update note: Sadly, it appears this designer is no longer releasing patterns and Hoffman Distributing has taken down the free chart. There are some Kit & Bixby charts still available for sale at 123stitch.com, but several are out of stock.

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!

Vintage Witch Cameo Cross Stitch Pattern

Vintage cameos are always a fun project and this one has a little bit of a Halloween twist.

Although, the witch herself in the profile is The Wicked Witch from The Wizard of Oz, so I suppose this could be all year decor for a fan as well 😉

You’ll find the pattern on The Little Stitcher blog here.

Enjoy and Happy Stitching!

Cute Little Cross Stitch Spiders for Halloween

These cute little web weaving cross stitch spiders come from Cross Me Not.

A quick and easy stitch, perfect size for an ornament if you have a Halloween tree 😉

Enjoy and Happy Stitching!

Skulls, Spiders, and Pumpkins, Oh My!

There’s an entire set of these cute free cross stitch designs available at aliolka.blogspot.com.tr/

Who knew spiders could be so darn cute?

There’s a stack of skulls, a row of pumpkins, different color variations, and even a biscornu pattern all available on the same page. (You can use Google Chrome to translate the page to English, though it’s a pretty rough translation.)

Cute Little Witch on a Pumpkin

The blog this pattern originates at isn’t written in English, but you can toggle on your translation tool in your Chrome or Firefox browser to read the posts.

You can download the cute little witch pattern here.

She’s ready to zap things with her wand, just hanging out on her pumpkin waiting for dusk.

Bat and Moon Cross Stitch Pattern

A simple two color pattern to stitch, you can choose to stitch the moon in plain white, pale yellow, glow-in-the-dark threads, or a shiny silver metallic.

Get this fun freebie at Stitching the Night Away

Free Halloween Quaker Cross Stitch Pattern

This fun little Halloween quaker cross stitch pattern was designed by San-Man Originals and is available free at Cyberstitchers.com (download here)

The pattern does include the year 2013, but you could swap out the 3 and make it a 4, or eliminate the year and stitch another motif in its place. I’m thinking I might use the space to add my initials and year stitched in a small backstitch font with another one of the orange swirls that are already in the pattern.

Pumpkin Hollow from Liberty Primitives

This is just one of several free cross stitch patterns that Nancy has available on her website.

You can find this one directly by clicking here.

Happy Stitching