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Creepy Cross-Stitch
  • Publisher: Page Street Publishing
  • Edition: BC Paperback
  • Publication: 01 October 2021
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781645674283
  • Stock: 50+
  • Size: 198x228 mm
  • Illustrations: 25
  • Pages: 120
  • RRP: £15.99
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Creepy Cross-Stitch


25 spooky projects to haunt your halls by Lindsay Swearingen (Author)

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Book Description

From bats and graveyards to eerie haunted houses, enjoy the spirit of Halloween all year round with dark and stunning cross-stitch projects from Lindsay Swearingen of Tusk and Cardinal.

This captivating collection is full of easy-to-follow patterns and all of Lindsay’s best tips and techniques for creating bewitching cross-stitch projects. From projects like Wicker Man to Black Rabbit to Blood Moon Weeping Willow, Lindsay’s signature style lends a touch of macabre to cross-stitch projects that you’ll be eager to hang on a wall or give as a gift. Easier and more accessible than embroidery, cross-stitch is growing in popularity and is an easy craft to pick up and dive into.

With moody subjects like nocturnal creatures, thistles, ghostberries and graveyards, these incredible designs will turn you into a cross-stitch master in no time! So, whether you’re a lifelong Halloween enthusiast or a fan of gothic art, adding a little subversive charm to your cross-stitch repertoire couldn’t be easier or more fun.

About the Author

About Lindsay Swearingen

Lindsay Swearingen is the fiber artist behind Tusk and Cardinal. She sells cross-stitch patterns in her signature dark yet whimsical style on her Etsy account of the same name. Lindsay lives in Sacramento, California, USA.

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