Takiyasha the Witch and the Skeleton Spectre - Utagawa Kuniyoshi - Cross Stitch Pattern

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Takiyasha the Witch and the Skeleton Spectre - Cross Stitch Pattern
Please note this is a PATTERN

This cross stitch pattern was inspired by a Japanese woodblock from around 1844 by Utagawa Kuniyoshi, in the original work, it is presented as a triptych, an form of art presentation that divides the work in three pieces, this pattern is the middle piece, where we can see the giant skeleton that was summoned by the Witch Takiyasha. This giant skeleton was an Yōkai known as Gashadokuro, a skeleton brought upon by the souls that passed as a result of famines and war.


This pattern fits very nicely in an embroidery hoop.

All our patterns are hand drawn first, with colors and symbols carefully selected to ensure a pleasant cross stitching experience.

Floss: DMC
Design Area: 96W x 96H
Colors: 9
Pages: 14
Stitches used: full cross stitches

- Sizes:

  • Aida 11 count: 8.73" x 8.73" (22.2W x 22.2 cm).
  • Aida 14 count: 6.86" x 6.86" (17.4W x 17.4 cm).
  • Aida 16 count: 6.0" x 6.0" (15.2W x 15.2 cm).

- This package includes:

  • Cover page with a preview of the finished design
  • A color chart, symbol chart as well as dimensions and design area.
  • DMC color chart
  • Expanded view of the symbol chart in color and in black and white version
  • Two high resolution symbol charts

- This is a digital purchase. This pattern is for personal use only. Please do not share.

Happy Stitch!