Slavic Folklore - Russian
Cross Stitch Pattern


A female house spirit in Slavic mythology. Looking in her the eyes should be avoided at all costs!

Kikimora sleeps in dark places of the home, usually in the cellar or behind the furnace and during the nights, she comes out and works with weaving, spinning, and needlework. If the home is well kept, Kikimora is happy with the family. She helps them with housework, guards the family members and protects the chickens. An angry Kikimora may be a troublesome spirit for the family because she interferes in peoples' life, disturbs their sleep (especially irritates children), makes noises by scratching and whistling at night. She also moves and throws objects, or makes them disappear or change their places.

Finished size on 14 ct ~ 7.07 inches wide by 10.64 inches high
Finished size on 28 ct (2 over 2) ~ 7.07 inches wide by 10.64 inches high

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Demo stitch by @bheddy

Part 2 of 2 of The Slavic Folklore Series! Also available:
Baba Yaga

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