Raise your hand if you love Halloween. It is such a fun holiday. Witches, ghosts and goblins come out and demand candy...and maybe a brain or two, Halloween designs add a little spooky charm to your Halloween decor. You can use these charts not only for decor but for party favors, gifts and clothing. If you are feeling extra ambitious, why not make an entire costume from cross stitch.These patterns are provided free by various Cross Stitch websites. If you have a question about a pattern,... contact the person in charge of the website. Put on your favorite Halloween movie and stitch the night away!
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Halloween sparkle from Kreinik includes cats, witches, scarecrows, and Treat bag designs. These patterns are great for trick or treat bags or party favors. You can also frame them for extra Halloween decor. Why not use these ghost and goblins to decorate an office or your cube for the holiday season.
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Bev Qualheim's Halloween Freebies
Bev Qualheim of Bev's Country Cottage offers several cute Halloween charts including:
These cute little patterns are great for younger kids or classrooms, They are also simple enough for teaching a cross stitch class. Make the pump-kitty design for your cat's costume. This is a great make and take project for all of your crafty friends. They will love it!
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Halloween Designs from Sandy Riggs
Sandy offers two designs including a Tiny Ghost chart and a Pumpkins and Full Moon pattern. What does a ghost do to stay safe in the car? He puts on his sheet belt! Okay, so not the best ghost joke but this tiny ghost chart makes up for the lack of laughing. You can use this chart and stitch up tiny bags for favors or class room fun.
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From Free Patterns Online; free charts for ghosts and pumpkins. Free Patterns Online offers up not only Halloween patterns but also other seasonal fall patterns. While you can stick with the Halloween theme, why not branch out courtesy of this website. You can use the patterns for gifts and other fun ideas.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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Designed by Savvy Stitches, this cute Halloween design will add charm to your Halloween decorations. Some people don't want scary and gory for Halloween, they prefer cute and charming. If you like cute and charming then this pattern is for you. It is still Halloween but without all the stuff that will scare the pants off of you and keep you up at night.
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Scroll down to see a cute kitty in a pumpkin designed by Cyber Stitchers' Jerry Van Horn. Do you have a cat person in your life? Why not stitch this up for them and there twenty kitties. Nothing says Halloween like pumpkins and kitties. Grab a sweatshirt and get to stitching for that crazy cat lady. Beware of this kitty in the pumpkin, he looks a little cranky. There are other free patterns on the website if you wish to stitch up other cat and pumpkin patterns.
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San Man Originals created this fun mishmash of Halloween images that can be used as a wall hanging or a biscornu. You can change the date to fit any years. If you do not want to stitch the sampler in its entirety, pick and choose the images you love and cross stitch tiny hoops. The small images can be used for button covers or decorations on your witch hat.
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Don't be scared of this whimsical bat! Do Small Things with Love shares this free pattern for you to cross stitch on a sweater, treat bag or a small pillow. It is a great pattern for practicing cross stitch swirls and angles. You can add it to a cardigan and wear it all year long. It is the perfect pattern for all of your goth friendsContinue to 9 of 10 below.
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If you are extra crafty, you can use this Halloween themed cross stitch alphabet from A Better Cross Stitch Pattern to create a one of a kind sampler. Customize a trick or treat bag for your little goblin. Mix regular and glow in the dark thread for extra illumination on a dark night. You can pair these letters up with other small patterns for your very own cross stitch pattern.
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Celtic Stitchery has some fun with this tongue and cheek witch theme cross stitch pattern. You can find all the Halloween accessories a witch needs; from the cat whiskers to a bat as a flying partner. This would be a great wall hanging or fall scent sachet for your house. If you can not find purple fabric, you can dye your own or reverse the color and use a black background with purple floss.
Halloween cross stitch is a great way to add a little extra decor to your Halloween decorations. You can also use these patterns for trick or treat bags or party favors.If you are feeling extra ambitious, you could even make a cross stitch costume. These are just a few of the best free Halloween costumes out there in the internet world. Please remember to be respectful of the original creator of the pattern when you are printing and cross stitching these patterns. Have fun stitching up a Boo-tacular project!