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This pattern features everybody's favourite worm from Labyrinth alongside cups of tea, teapots and labyrinth eyeballs.
This pattern is ideal to stitch as a present for any Labyrinth fan or you could just keep it for yourself and hang it at the entrance to your own secret maze.
This listing is for a PDF file of the cross stitch pattern, not the finished product. You will need to have a PDF reader (Adobe Reader works great for this and it is free) to view your pattern. No fabric, floss, or other materials are included in the listing. This is a large pattern with a large number of stitches so is best suited to an intermediate and upwards level of stitcher.
Fabric: 18 Count./ inch
Stitched Chart size : 183w x 189h (in stitches)
10 w x 10 h (in inches)
26 w x 27 h (in cms)
Colours : 18
This does not include measurements for a border, you should also remember to leave between two and three inches on each side for framing your work.
This cross-stitch pattern comes with both a full colour chart, a black and white chart, a thread colour table for DMC threads and instructions on how to get started with cross stitch.
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(c) 2014 EmilyRiggs
Patterns are for personal use only, you may give your finished works to as many people as you like but you can not sell them for profit. Distribution of the pattern either electronically or in hard copy form is prohibited.
There was always craft materials in my house and as a bored only child with too much time on her hands, I decided to learn how to cross stitch. After several years of stitching sentimental and cutesy ...
There was always craft materials in my house and as a bored only child with too much time on her hands, I decided to learn how to cross stitch. After several years of stitching sentimental and cutesy flowers I abandoned it for more extreme crafting activities.
In November 2012 I was looking for something to make for my horror film loving friend and drawing a blank I decided to make my own Evil Dead themed pattern.
Since then I've been whipping up patterns based on the horror and cult things I like, and that my great customers suggest, and to battle the tide of fuzzy kittens and fluffy bunny patterns.