Zombie Cross-Stitch has arisen!

Hit me up!

If you’re a fan of the Undead, and let’s face it, who isn’t these days, then you’re going to love this Zombie Cross-Stitch kit by Erika Kern and Kristy Kizzee!

(To save time, here’s our affiliate links so you can buy it from Amazon!)

It features twelve cross stitch patterns that are guaranteed to put a smile on your (decaying) face and comes with enough materials for you to crack on with stitching them straight away. From simple phrases to more complicated designs, these patterns hit the balance just right, presenting a challenge that is surmountable for beginners, or those whose main passion is eating brains.

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I think this kit is a terrific idea, long overdue, and I’m pleased to report that it doesn’t disappoint. The accompanying booklet provides instruction on how to get going and is well thought out. Sure, the patterns may be a bit easy for the more experienced cross-stitcher, but it’s a brilliant way to introduce new people (living or dead) to the joys of cross stitch and I’m sure it will be a great success.

You can buy the kit from Barnes and Noble, from our Amazon Stores, and probably from a few open-minded Voodoo doctors as well… 🙂

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    • Hi Spid,
      I’m not sure when they’ll be available, but I certainly hope they are. I guess it’s a case of keeping your eyes peeled. If I hear anything I’ll be sure to mention it here.

  • I am so excited about this new release! I don’t even want to wait on shipping so I’m heading to B&K tomorrow afternoon to pick one up. 🙂 Such a fun set of designs, thank you for including a few extra pics as well. I’m looking forward to seeing all 12 designs after getting a few glimpses this week online.

  • Hubby picked this up for me the other day. Obviously created by someone who doesn’t regularity stitch themselves. Charts are made of blocks of colour (many which look all the same) instead of symbols. Making it hard on the eyes. Kit comes with floss, none of which have #’s or names on them to associate them with the colours required for the project. Still plan on stitching a few of them as they are pretty neat, and some are simple enough – like the Blocked Letters “Zombabies” for a bib 😉 hahah

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