This cross stitch pattern shows a witch studying her Book of Shadows (her personal collection of spell, rituals, ceremonies and incantations) under the light of the moon! A design to remind us all of the power of knowledge! Perfect for practitioners of Wicca and Pagans. Stitch Count: 70 High &
Six Wives is the perfect cross stitch pattern for anyone interested in English History, the Tudor Period, King Henry the 8th, or any of his many wives! If you want to read a juicy series on the topic of Henry and his unfortunate wives, I recommend the "Tudor Court Series"
This little cross stitch design is a commemoration of the 325 year anniversary this year of the Salem Witch Trials. Says "Salem Remembered" with a black cat standing on a black broom while gazing at the moon. Stitch count for is 31 High by 62 Wide. Will measure approx. 2.25"
A lovely cross stitch pattern inspired by one of my favorite books "Mists of Avalon" by Marion Zimmer Bradley. Shows the legendary Glastonbury Tor, an historical landmark in England that is rumored to be associated with the legend of Ling Arthur, as well as other enduring mythological and spiritual associations.
A cross stitch pattern inspired by one of my favorite books "Mists of Avalon" by Marion Zimmer Bradley shows the Lady of the Lake, floating on the water with Excalibur in her hands and surrounded by lovely flowering trees, lapping waves and a hidden bird with the sun setting behind
A wonderful cross stitch design for Halloween, or the lover of all things witchy. Says "1692" in one box (the year of the Salem Witch trials). Says "Salem" in another box, has 6 small cross covered head stones in another box. In the bottom box it says "24 Innocent lives