Who doesn’t love a cozy craft to get you in the spirit of Halloween. I would say that fall, specifically October, is my favorite time of the year and I know I’m not alone in saying that! Snuggle up with your favorite cup of coffee or tea, grab your cross stitch or embroidery supplies, and start stitching away this weekend on one of these fun projects.
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Halloween Embroidery Patterns
Hocus Pocus Cauldron by Stitch Art By Bowie
This adorable pattern makes me want to watch Hocus Pocus…right now! There is an option to stitch it in a 6 inch or 8-inch embroidery hoop and the design uses 5 different beginner-friendly embroidery stitches.
Garden Witch Embroidery Pattern By Florals and Floss
This botanical, witchy pattern by Florals and Floss fits in a 7-inch embroidery hoop and uses 5 different embroidery stitches.
Halloween Moon and Broom Embroidery Pattern by Broderie Bloom
I love all of the texture in the moon and the broom in this pattern. This design is for an 8-inch embroidery hoop and comes with step-by-step instructions!
Ghost Gardener by Magnus and Quill
This embroidery pattern features a ghost holding (or rather a floating) watering can among some pumpkins.
Death Moth Embroidery Pattern by Crewel Ghoul
Learn how to thread paint a death’s head hawkmoth. This pattern walks you through the fundamentals of thread painting and also shows you step by step how to complete this 7 inch embroidery.
Witchy Embroidery + Cross Stitch Patterns That Are Free
Blood Moon Cross Stitch Pattern by The Witchy Stitcher
This spooky blood moon cross stitch pattern by The Witchy Stitcher looks so gorgeous in it’s ornate frame! There are actually several freebies available when you click on the link to go over to their website.
Self Isolating Bat By Night Spirit Studio
Again, this is one of several free patterns you can download and stitch at Night Spirit Studio. Go shop around and take a look at their other cross stitch patterns as well. You won’t be disappointed!
Spirit of Halloween Embroidery Pattern by Crewel Ghoul
This free pattern was created by me! It’s beginner-friendly and uses a good variety of stitches to complete the design. You’ll be able to complete this in just a few hours.
Haunted House Halloween Embroidery Pattern by Cutesy Crafts
This pattern has a mix of applique, cross-stitch, and embroidery in it and it’s such a cute and unique design. You can download the pattern for free by subscribing to Cutesy Crafts’ email list.
I hope you enjoyed this post and found something to stitch. If you’re into these creepy patterns, you’ll probably enjoy my roundup of gothic cross stitch patterns too.
If you enjoyed this post, check out this tutorial for how to embroider a ghost.
Amanda is a hand embroidery artist and teacher. With over 15 years of experience in the craft industry and embroidery, she owns and runs Crewel Ghoul, sharing tutorials and patterns to help inspire fellow crafters to get inspired and creative. In addition to running this website, she teaches on Skillshare and Youtube.