Haunted House Cross Stitch Patterns – Cross-Stitch

I came across a super cool Stephen King-themed haunted house cross stitch pattern the other day and knew I just had to share it, along with some other fun options for haunted house cross stitch patterns.

This one, from Witchy Stitcher on Etsy, is a very detailed design based on a few Stephen King novels. You’ll find Jack’s room from The Shining, Pennywise from It, Carrie in her blood-soaked dress and more. When stitched on 14-count fabric it comes out to 11.38 inches wide and 13.5 inches tall, or 159 by 189 stitches.

Teeny Weeny XStitch on Etsy has another cute (if it’s OK to call something this creepy cute?) haunted house filled with horror characters like Jason, a vampire, a ghost, mummy, scary clown and more. Each room of the house is 54 by 48 stitches and it was originally done as a stitchalong with 12 steps. In total it is 240 by 192 stitches and uses 90 colors. Really.

Falling in the more sweet than spook category for sure is the haunted house cross stitch pattern from Tiny Modernist, which includes people, skeletons, a witch, a vampire and ghosts. This one was also a stitchalong but it’s only six rooms instead of 12, so you might have time to finish it before Halloween. The design is 156 by 224 stitches, or 12 by 16 inches on 14 count fabric. It uses 20 colors.

If you’re proud of your haunted house, then you’ll want to stitch up this haunted house with rainbow flag windows from Shantay Stitches on Etsy. It uses 15 colors and fits in a 9-inch hoop when completed.

Or if you’re looking for a traditional sampler style pattern with spooky twist, try this one from Cara and Christi Brown. It features a haunted house and a funky alphabet, snakes and skulls and bats, as well as a super cute border made of pumpkins, leaves and spiders. It measures 111 by 157 stitches and is rated for intermediate stitchers.

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