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Cast a spell with this enchanting cross-stitch design by Ursula Michael. The use of fluorescent floss ensures the colorful piece will stand out among your other Halloween decorations.

Design size: 2 7/8 x 12½" (7.3cm x 31.8cm)

Stitch count: 46w x 200h

Model fabric: 32-ct. Opalescent/Raw Belfast Metallic Linen by Zweigart (stitched over two threads)

Materials needed to complete: cross-stitch fabric, DMC cotton embroidery floss, DMC Light Effects floss, bellpull hanging rod and finials, fusible interfacing, fusible web hemming tape, cording for hanger, and matching sewing thread

This is a downloadable pattern, first published in the September 2007 issue of Cross-Stitch & Needlework magazine. Supplies used to stitch this pattern were available at the time of publication. However, you may need to find substitutes if supplies are no longer available.

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September 01, 2014
"great displace of witches hats, which one to wear for Halloween? I love Ursula Michael design and have a collection of them...this one is definitely my favorite; I love Halloween."