Monday, October 18, 2010

Stitch Witchery - FREE Halloween Witch Embroidery Pattern

Today I am the guest blogger over at Confessions of a Pagan Soccer Mom as a part of the 31 Days of Halloween celebration.
Please stop by for a visit and read my post.
There are also giveaways of some great goodies going on, so don't miss out on that!

As a part of my guest post, I am sharing a new, free hand embroidery pattern.  I want to share it with my readers here as well.

Meet Kamilla.
Kamilla is a sweet little witch who does not understand why everyone wants to call her "wicked".
She likes tea, cupcakes with lots of icing, brooms with smooth handles, and full moons.
She rides her broom sidesaddle because she is a lady.

The link will take you to MediaFire, which I use to host my PDF pattern files.  You will need a PDF reader to view the pattern.  If you require a high res jpg instead of a PDF, please just leave a comment with your email address or email me and I will send a copy to you.

Kamilla would be adorable stitched up onto a trick-or-treat tote bag, a festive wallhanging, a blanket or onesie for your favorite sweet witch, or even just used as a coloring page for the kids!
As always, this design is available free for your personal use.  Please do not sell this pattern in any format, or sell items made using this pattern without express written permission (my email is on the sidebar).
I had actually intended to add a few more stars to the design before I posted it, but then I forgot (ahhh the joys of short term memory loss!).  I think adding a few more stars in embroidery, or even in beads or sequins would be fun.
If you stitch her up or color her, please share a link to your work in the comments below. I would love to see!

Hugs & Happy Halloween/Blessed Samhain/Happy Autumn to all of you!

ps: I want to thank everyone for their well-wishes during my illness.  The flu has finally gone, leaving just a cough in its wake. Still dealing with a toothache, but that gets dealt with in a week :)


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Love the little sweet witch! I'm off to read your guest post!

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What a cute little embroidery!

Kristin Dudish said... Best Blogger Tips[Reply to comment]Best Blogger Templates

I enjoyed your guest post - I also had a homemade clown costume back in the day :)

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Pagan Soccer Moms? I have to have a look at that! PS: Thanks for the visit.