Heaven and Earth Designs All Hallows Eve Counted Cross-Stitch Chart
Item 299728
Fire burn and cauldron bubble in this enchanting witch design. Counted cross-stitch design by Heaven and Earth Designs is approximately 21 × 17" (53 x 43cm) when stitched over one thread on white 25-ct. evenweave fabric. Includes chart only.
Heaven and Earth Designs All Hallows Eve Counted Cross-Stitch Chart
Item 299728
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

(based on 2 reviews)

Stevens Point, WI
December 16, 2018
"I see that this pattern is not available right now but it's a really beautiful design. All Heaven & Earth creations are composed of many pattern pages. They're very intricate designs & when you're through stitching your finished art work will look like a photo because of the detail &having stitched every single square on your fabric. These patterns are not for the beginning stitcher (extremely time-consuming & usually work in increments between faster moving projects)but results are fantastic!"
By Toni
Bismarck, ND
September 11, 2018
"Disappointed that this was a stack of black and white sheets. 36 pages. It will be difficult to stitch switching between the pages."