Gingerbread Haunted House counted stitch pattern
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Gingerbread Haunted House counted stitch pattern


Part 6 of the Gingerbread Village!  Spooky haunted house somplete with ghosts, pumpkins, spiders and more!

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This wickedly delicious Gingerbread Haunted House is the sixth addition to the Gingerbread Village. This distinctly Halloween Gingerbread building is perfect for October, although you can add it to the Christmas Gingerbread Village too. It is stitched on Gingerbread colored linen like the other pieces in the series and is dripping with black icing, windows, and wrought iron touches. I love the purple mansard roof.. but I couldn’t find a good purple linen in my stash, so I dyed my first pieces of linen with purple and black mixture.. it looks great! (My dyeing instructions are below) The Haunted House is made of two main pieces; the main two-story house and the spooky tower in the front. You will be stitching with yummy overdyed silk flosses, Perle Cottons, sparkling beads and a large quantity of delicious looking ‘candy’ buttons, pumpkins, ghosts, spiders, candy corn and skeletons! There are even some cute Trick or Treat Kid buttons.. wonderful to add for that extra fun! Some finishing instructions are included at the end of this leaflet. This year, place this special decoration on your hall table all October to celebrate the fall and Halloween! Wishing all of you a happy Halloween, with ghosts and goblins and things that go bump in the night! -Thea

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