I love creating skull patterns so a Halloween Skull PDF is too much to resist. The colors of course are simple enough, orange and black which I have used here for the border and top hat. The skull is a white ring mottle glass, to give him a spooky look. Iridized crackle glass and iridized waterglass make up the cobwebs in the background. There are also a few glass globs thrown in for good effect. Once I had him drawn up I thought he’s going to need a name so that’s where Cobweb Eddy came from, suits him too. 136 pieces and four glass globs in this pattern if you are brave enough to tackle this bad boy in time for Halloween.
Halloween is now a modern-day global feast day. But it’s origins lie in Ireland in the Celtic feast of “Samhain” pronounced “Sow-in”. This was a celebration of the harvest, the end of summer and the start of the Celtic new year. It is still marked to this day with the Puca festival, three days of fire, feasting and music. Here is a link if you are brave enough to visit: https://www.pucafestival.com/
Downloadable PDF pattern prints actual size 17 inches x 17 inches, ( 440 mm x 440 mm ) across six pages. Instructions are provided for enlarging the pattern to your required size when printing. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to print this pattern.
The pattern for this panel is now available to purchase as a PDF download in the pattern store
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