Zombie Cross-Stitch
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Zombie Cross-Stitch

3.5 of 5 stars 3.50  ·  rating details  ·  12 ratings  ·  7 reviews
These cross-stitch projects will warm any undead heart with their light-hearted yet gruesome zombie appeal. Inside this kit is a book with full-color photos and patterns for 12 original projects–everything from Miss Zombie USA to a ghoulish cubicle-dweller. With an introduction to essential techniques and step-by-step instructions for each project, beginners and experience...more
Other Format, Booklet & kit, 64 pages
Published May 24th 2010 by Metro Books
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Jenny
I completed three projects with this kit. The idea for this kit was novel, but there were issues that kept me from enjoying it completely. The color charts were very small, and for some of the designs, colors looked so similar to each other (i.e. light gray versus medium gray) that it was very hard to tell the colors apart. Also, not all thread options were included for the project choices, though the kit promises enough material for three projects. The designs were entertaining but not fantasti...more
Carolyn
Cute patterns, not very large, color charts. Small paperback booklet and kit with aida, needles and floss.
Charts are pixelated and colorful, but the sayings leave much to be desired. Wittier sayings for the designs are in the comments under another review for this product.
A good starting point for zombie lovers and beginning cross stitchers.
Joyce Close
The only thing I really need is specific correlation between the floss in the kit (GEEZ, the Chinese floss has no identifying numbers!!!) and the DMC numbers, i.e. there are three greens, how in the heck can I tell which one is 'olive', which one is just 'green'?
Stephanie.
Jan 09, 2011 Stephanie. rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Zombie Lovin' Crafters
Recommended to Stephanie. by: Linh
Shelves: 2011, gift, non-fiction, owned
Got this as a gift from an awesome lady. Although I'm not fond of all the patterns, quite a few of them are pretty neat-o keen, and I do like the ideas for uses of said patterns.

Can't wait to get stitchin'!
Lili Hardy
Did a few of these. Was my first attempt at cross stitching, now I'm ready for more.... THANK YOU KRISTY!
Alison
There are a few projects I'll have to plan now that I've read this. :-)
Kym
Fun patterns, but hard for my eyes.
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