La Llorona is a Mexican ghost story (and a wonderful song sung by Lila Downs among others) about a beautiful young woman who wanders the river crying for her children.
According to some versions of the story, she drowned her children and then killed herself when her wealthy high class lover, the children's father, deserted her, and so is doomed to wander the river until she finds her lost little ones.
It's used as a cautionary tale to keep kids from wandering near the river at night and so is suitable for Halloween.
I would fringe this with perhaps the hem of her black skirt trimmed with crystal tears.
- Includes color graph with symbols and suggested size 11 Delica Bead numbers and quantities, 12 colors
- Flat even count peyote graph could be stitched using Brick stitch
- Large graph provided in 4 sections (on 4 pages). Put 4 sections together for 1 large easy to read pattern
- No Word Chart included
- No stitch instructions included
- No finishing info provided
3.60" x 4.73"