Halloween Tails contains a duo of patterns: Purple Transport and Frankenscat, illustrating the creepy range of cats on Halloween! These patterns are adaptations of artwork by Terry Runyan, and they're super fun to stitch. Talk about an awesome use of color and charm!
ALTERNATIVE FABRIC: 16 count Riviera Olive aida
STITCHES USED: Full cross stitch, back stitch, half stitch
FLOSS: DMC, Weeks Dye Works. Full DMC conversion provided.
▶FLOSS LIST: Purple Transport: Weeks Dye Works Dahlia, Fathom, Lily Pad. DMC Blanc, 29, 310, 739, 831, 934, 3752. FLOSS PACK HERE
Frankenscat: DMC Blanc, 310, 730, 733, 830, 922, 975, 3799.
▶CHART FORMAT: This chart comes in your choice of two formats: A printed physical copy which will be mailed to you, or a digital PDF chart that you can download immediately after checkout.
▶GETTING STARTED All you'll need to get started are these easy-to-find supplies.
>An embroidery hoop or frame
>Your chosen fabric
Questions? Feel free to email me at steph(at)lindystitches(dot)com.
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The minute I saw this pattern on your vlog, I HAD to order it. The purple horse! (swoon)
Unfortunately, I had a long pause in the middle of stitching while I ordered more floss. I stitch on Aida, so used more than the called-for amount. I live in a tiny, remote town (Los Angeles) so I have no needlework stores to shop in - all fancy floss has to be online purchase. The design was easy to follow and was a pretty quick stitch - except for that whole running out of floss hiccup.
I love your quirky designs so much! Def not your mother’s cross stitch here.
Keep up the good work. I always look forward to your vlog and your new releases!