Daffy's Stitchy Friends

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Frightful

It isn't too early for Halloween stitching is it? I didn't think so. It seems as soon as September gets here my fingers start itching for the black, orange, green and purple colors of Halloween stitching! This sometimes leads to designing cross stitch patterns. Isn't that lucky for you? I had a wonderful time creating this little freebie and I even stitched him up. I hope you like him as much as I do!

Frightful Black Cat

To receive a PDF copy of this design please email me at daffy-cat AT hotmail DOT com.  Be sure to tell me which pattern you are requesting!
 
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66 comments:

Deborah said...

Love the new freebie! Thanks.

Dee said...

He's (she's?) adorable!

I hope it's not too early for Halloween --- 'cus I'm already stitching snowmen. LOL

valerie said...

Awesome design! I love the "frightful" colors!

Lisa said...

Love it... really love it, already printed a copy & it's never too early to stitch halloween :)

Many thanks for another great freebie.

Jackie said...

I always seem to stitch off season. Thank you for the freebie!

Margaret said...

Oh my gosh! How cute is that! I love it! Thanks so much for the freebie!

Colorado Stitcher said...

Itis NEVER too early to stitch Halloween stuff. Love the kitty, thanks.

Nan said...

It's never too early for Halloween! Thanks for sharing this adorable Halloween design. Can't wait to stitch it!

Barbi said...

SOOOO CUTE!!!! Love it!
thank you!

Shelleen said...

Halloween is my all time favorite and I would leave up my decorations year round if I could. Love the freebie.

Jan said...

Thank you, thank you, thank you! I love the little black kitty.

Pumpkin said...

LOVE HIM! Thank you so much Sharon :o)

Mouse said...

oooo thats cute and really pops on that fabric ... mmmmm have I got time to stitch this before this halloween ??? love mouse xxx

Jenny said...

Oh, what an adorable design, Daff! You are very talented! Thanks so much for sharing this cutie with us.

Bec said...

Love it!! Thanks Sharon :)
I shall stitch this kitty straight away.

Teresa S. said...

Love that purple fabric!

Cross Stitch Queen said...

Halloween is an all year round stitching event! Never too early LOL.

Love your kitty! You are talented.
First your reindeer now your kitties. I really like the shape of her face. Even though it is monotone, one can "see" the PURRsonality shine through.

Talking of Halloween, I'm having a great Halloween/Fall themed giveaway celebrating my 100th visitor.

I also have a couple of different perspective NYC pictures up on my blog that I would love to share with you.

Thanks for your purrfect gift,
CSQ
http://betweenthestitches.blogspot.com

Myra said...

Thank you! Looks a little like my Ziggy though he's only frightful to the mice. And maybe the snakes. Oh and the occasional bird, or squirrel. :o) Cute design.

Karen said...

How cute! Thanks for such a cute freebie....

Norma Soulet (AZArtist) said...

Love him! He is so cute!
Hugs

Rachel said...

I LOVE it!!! It's perfect, my two favorite things, cats and Halloween! :)

diamondc said...

What a cute pattern I am positively doing this one thank-you for the freebie
Catherine
diamondc

wendy111 said...

I think it is perfect timing for Halloween - needs to be done in time and enjoyed. I love your black cat!

Beth said...

Thanks so much for this darling freebie!! This one is a definite do for this year. thanks again.

Jessica @Blessings in the Country said...

Thank you! I love it! Now to get my hands on purple fabric... :-D

Lynn said...

This is absolutely adorable!! Cats and Halloween go perfectly well together!

Theresa said...

What a wonderful design!!! I love it!!!!!

Blu said...

Oh that's so cute! And it just pops on that fabric.

Lonneke said...

What a great design!
Also loooove the purple fabric.

cucki said...

aww so cute..i love it so much..thank you dear
hugs cucki xx

Elisa said...

That is so cute...thanks for it!

Rhona said...

Great design - thanks for sharing! Love the colour of fabric you've stitched him on.

Susan said...

Too cute! Thank you.

Katrien said...

That's so cute, thank you.

lynda said...

Another cute design! Thanks Sharon!

Karen said...

Love the kitty, thanks so much!

Joysze said...

Awwww, he's darling!! :D

Lesleyanne said...

Thank you for a lovely freebie. Can't wait to stitch her.

Christine said...

He's sweet! Thank you

Berit said...

CUTE! No, it is NOT too early for Halloween stitches; indeed I feel like I am too late--and where is my Halloween Mojo!? I am still all about Christmas ornaments. But, oh, no--no finishing, only stitching! ;)

Bekca said...

I love this freebie! Thank you very much for sharing.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Not too early at all! I just signed up to do a Halloween swap. Love this time of year :-)

Babs in Alabama said...

I love this kitty and thank you so much for sharing him with us. Love that purple fabric which I just happent to have :)
thanks again,
babs

Meari said...

C-U-T-E!!

Sue said...

That is a very cute Halloween cat....It is NEVER too early for Halloween!

Sally said...

That is so cute! Thank you so much. I have some of your other freebies but am yet to stitch one. I think I need to rectify that!

mdgtjulie said...

Thanks for the freebie, Daffy. It's darling!!! If I have enough fabby left over, I have some fabby that would be perfect for it too!

Annette said...

Thnak you so much for the great freebee!!!

Carolyn NC said...

Very cute!

Doris said...

cute!!!!!, now i am stitching one of your design, i hope show it soon XD.

Jo said...

I'm being a poor blogger too - never mind!! It's lovely catching up on your posts though, and you've done some lovely stitching. This is a very cute design - and I have a friend who needs cheering up who I think would love this...

Mrs. Know Nothing said...

Thank you for posting this freebie. It is just too cute. I can't wait to stitch it. You always have the best designs to stitch. Hopefully I will get this one done before Halloween has come and gone.

Aussie Stitcher said...

Such a cute kitty, well done and thanks.

P.J. said...

Love, love this sassy little feline. Need to pick up some purple fabric soon, so I can get to stitching on her. I recently found a Chat Noir pattern in a magazine, this would be a cute companion piece.

Keep on stitching. P.J.

Justflo said...

Hey What a fantaas tic looking cat

Becky K in OK said...

I love it. I even have some purple fabric. Going to pull the threads pronto.

Anxiously awaiting the next reindeer!

TinaTx said...

Pretty cute! I'm not doing any Halloween or fall stitching this year (at least I don't think I am).
Really should do a little Christmas stitching but not sure that is going to happen either. Oh well - there is always next year!

Chantelle said...

Oooh, I can't wait to try this!!

Charity C. said...

Very cute design Daffycat! I will have to stitch it myself! We have two black kitty's and I was looking for a black cat design that was just right...and until now I couldn't find one...so thank you for sharing such a cute design! I love your blog and will keep up with all your posts. I look forward to reading lots more! Take care dear!

Lana said...

That is adorable! I especially love the purple fabbie!!

Suzanne said...

Love him and the beautiful purple fabric. Thank you!

net said...

Love the contrast of the black and purple!

And YAY! A new reindeer!? Can't wait...I just stitched up the other this this weekend. =)

Stitchinwitch said...

Never too early for Halloween (helps me forget the dreaded C word)
I love the kitty, thank you

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I love the black cat! Thanks! ♥

Srinity said...

I think I might have time to stitch this before Halloween. :) I love it! Thank you for the chart. :)

Vicontessca said...

Hi Sharon!

Thank you for you charts, please see what I have http://vicontessca.blogspot.ca/2012/10/blog-post.html

Sorry didn't have time to write in English as well.

Thank you so much!

Victoria