Salem Semetary

This fun & funky pattern shows a cemetery surrounded by a black fence. Above the gate, it reads "Salem" with green vines climbing and growing around it with a cross on top. Under the gate, a black cat and black bat keep guard. Within the cemetery are many black tombstones. One reads "SG" for Sarah Good, one of the first women accused of witchcraft in the Salem Witch Trails. Another reads "RIP"... Rest in Peace, and one has the date of 1692, the year of the Salem Witch Trials. Scattered around the gates and tombstones and orange pumpkins. This is a wonderfully spooky and primitive design! Model stitched on 14 count tea dyed fabric and is stitched in DMC black (310), green (470), and orange (920). All stitches are cross stitch. Stitch count is 68 high and 84 wide. Copyright 2008, all rights reserved.
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Project Themes
Craft Type
Designer
The Stitcherhood
Item Number
#8

Model Specifications:

Leaflet Style
Two Page Leaflet
Stitch Count
68 high and 84 wide
Project Size
depends on fabric choice
Floss
DMC 310, 470, and 920
Fabric
stitcher's choice
Button
N/A
Embellishment
N/A
Frame
stitcher's choice of finishing

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Designed by:
The Stitcherhood
Copyright:
2008