Stitchin’ a little Halloween mischief

We love when we are able to share a sweet little stitchery with our blog readers. Today, designer Terry Loewen has delivered a Halloween sampler in time for you to stitch and display for fun seasonal decorating. Although the stitches are small, with the limited color changes, you will finish this piece in no time.

 

Follow Terry on her blog for a peek into her creative life, and additional creative inspiration.

mischief is brewing

designed by terry loewen

materials

For product information, see sources below.

DMC embroidery floss in No. 310, No. 680, No. 730, No. 844, No. 3052, and No. 3787

Wichelt Imports 32-ct. linen in No. 65140 Natural Light

Embroidery and sewing needles, fabric backing, iron and ironing surface

Designed by Terry Loewen

instructions

1. Using one strand of floss, stitch entire design.

2. Wash as desired, then press face-down to dry.

3. Place fabric backing and stitched design right sides together and sew, leaving a small opening for turning.

4. Turn, sew opening shut, and press.

sources

The DMC Corporation

(973) 589-0606

dmc-usa.com

Wichelt Imports, Inc.

wichelt.com

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2 thoughts on “Stitchin’ a little Halloween mischief

  1. I must be dense today. I get the mischief is Brewing, but what do the key and numbers mean? I’m just not seeing something I guess.

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