Leaves are changing color, days are getting shorter, and the nights are getting just a little more mysterious… Halloween is nearly here!
We’ve gathered seven of our favorite Halloween-themed cross stitch patterns, so treat yourself to a little All Hallows Eve magic with these spooky charts.
1. Halloween Town
This Autumn, take a spooky stroll through town with us and stitch the Halloween Town PDF Cross Stitch Pattern. Be sure to pick up everything you need, including the Halloween Town AuriFloss Thread box or the Halloween Town DMC Thread box and the Spooky Cobweb 14 Count Aida by Fabric Flair.
This typographic cross stitch pattern might say “Fright,” but don’t be scared to stitch it at night! Grab some White 14 Count Aida by Wichelt and the Spook-O-Graphy DMC Thread Pack to make one like ours. Don’t forget to get the pattern below!
Join us for the Spook-O-Graphy Stitch Along! We will be stitching one part of the chart a week throughout the month of October.
Click on the Spook-O-Graphy Schedule image to see it in more detail.
Share your work using #SpookographySAL and be sure to tag us @fqsxstitch so we don’t miss a thing!
3. Lori Holt Halloween 2020 Mix and Match Border
This free PDF pattern is so darn cute and customizable. You can brew your perfect cross stitch mixing and matching to make the Halloween cross stitch pattern of your dreams! Don’t forget to pick up Stitch Card Sets A, C, D, F, Quilty Love, Farm Girl Fall by Lori Holt if you want to match.
4. Buffalo Plaid Halloween
Let’s take a trip to a haunted pumpkin patch! This adorable Buffalo Plaid Halloween Cross Stitch Pattern by Stitching with the Housewives would make an excellent addition to your decor.
5. Halloween Tiny Town
Trick or treat down Main Street in Halloween Tiny Town by Heart in Hand. This cross stitch focuses on a ghostly little town, putting us in the spirit of the season!
6. A Bunch of Hocus Pocus
Celebrate the season with a typography stitch that’s A Bunch of Hocus Pocus! This chart by Pine Mountain Designs has a playful look perfect for a witchy Halloween.
7. Hello Halloween Cross Stitch Book
Say hello to the spookiest season of all by stitching Hello Halloween by Teresa Kogut this fall. This vintage-style cross stitch is perfect for adding a little soul to your decor.
Share Halloween with FQS
Which of these boo-tiful cross stitch patterns will you get started on first?
Tell us in the comments below and share your Halloween creations as you go on Instagram and Facebook so we can see and share your work. Don’t forget to tag @fqsxstitch so we don’t miss a thing.
Great selections and great variety.
I always love cross stitch houses, but the witches and their cute outfits on Teresa Kogut’s design are irresistible!