“Double, double, toil and trouble,
Fire burn, and caldron bubble”
Just as I promised in the previous Halloween post, here is a pattern that is bigger and more complicated. The witch on a broomstick is a tradition symbol of Halloween since Middle ages. It is believed, that on the night before All Saint Day all witches gather to a great ball, where they show their skills and dance and do magic. There are some black cats and bats involved too 🙂
Beware of this green-eyed witch, for only mischief is on her mind. While the moon is full she will do anything she pleases…
Stitch count: 160*195, 16 colors
You can stitch the background with solid grey, or make no background at all, or stitch it with half-cross stitches as suggested.