Let There Be Night Collection
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Let There Be Night Collection

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Please note: No physical orders will be shipped until Feb. 22, 2018. Digital products are always available.

Eleven Cross Stitch Patterns

They're here! Our best-selling silhouette patterns all together in a single e-book.

You asked for it; you've got it!

Now you can print only the pages you need and feel free to mark them up as you stitch---you'll always have a clean copy.

Because the designs are all the same size, you can rotate them through a single frame (or two or three).

  • * Celebrate holidays (Valentine's Day, Halloween, Christmas)
  • * Celebrate seasons
  • * Celebrate different places in the world

Of course, you can always finish them as pillows, quilts, placemats, etc., too.

Check out the How To page for Tips, Tricks, & Brilliant Ideas for the following:

Silent Night

First in the Let There Be Night series, this charming white-on-black design has just a touch of color shining through the cabin window and Orion in the sky.

Arctic Night

A polar bear peeks into an igloo and reflects the light within. As in real life, the Big Dipper (complete with a double star on the handle) points to the North Star.

The Night Before Christmas

Festive colors in the cabin window and on the lead reindeer's nose! Reins sparkle when stitched with Kreinik tapestry braid.

Antarctic Night

At the south pole, Emperor penguins gather on an ice floe in the moonlight.

Looner Night

At a peaceful cabin on a lake, loons call and geese fly in the moonlight.

African Night

In Africa, a zebra and giraffe graze on the plain in the moonlight.

Dead of Night

For extra spook, stitch with Kreinik glow-in-the-dark thread.

Night Howl

Coyotes howl and an owl hunts in the desert moonlight. ow-WOOOOoooOOO!

Lovely Night

Linger on this Lovely Night. Will you be my Valentine?

Night Lights

It's the best view in the city. (If you ask me what city, I'll say Mike-alopolis.) City lights reflect in the water on this moonlit night.

"Bearly" Night

In the bamboo forests of China, it's "bearly" night and time for a bite.

Fabric: 32-ct. black Belfast linen (3609-720) from Zweigart´┐Ż
Stitch count: 100W x 64H or 64W x 100H
Floss: DMC (mostly white) with occasional Kreinik touches

To purchase these eleven patterns as printed cards costs $66. Get them all in the e-book for more than 30% off.