Bats and the Full Moon Cross Stitch Pattern


Looking for your next major project? How about cross stitching these moonlit bats among the blackened silhouettes of bamboo foliage and starlight?



Bats and the Full Moon cross stitch pattern is a replica of a 1910 woodblock print by Japanese artist Ohara Koson. Bats have powerful energy and are a universal symbol of speed, acute sensory perception, and courage in the dark. Fantastic for your home or office wallspace!

The Project

This is a large, full coverage cross stitch that measures 36.3 x 68.9 cm when stitched on 14 count Aida cloth (200 x 380 stitches). We think you’ll love stitching the luminous moon and darkened silhouettes of the bats and bamboo foliage. It’s quite stunning.

PLEASE NOTE: to make things easier, we’ve included an extra chart that has been specially formatted for Pattern Keeper in your download pack.

The Artist

Ohara Koson was a Japanese Shin-hanga artist who  lived from 1877-1945. We adore his bird and nature paintings and have had lots of fun charting them into counted cross stitch patterns. Look for more Koson Cross Stitch in-store.

Additional information


Chart size


14 count Aida cloth 200×380 stitches (36.3 x 68.9 cm)

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