Super Miniature 3D Ecruteak City Cross Stitch

June 10th, 2016 - by blackmageheart

Our own Lord Libidan carefully crafted this wonderful Pokémon town and shared it on the forums!

Lord Libidan wrote, “Ecruteak City is actually different in the anime, manga, and games, and so this is a combination of a series of images and video to make the most generalised city.
The city features the nine-floor bell tower and the burnt tower, as well as city staples such as a Pokémon centre, PokéMart and houses. There’s a tiny zen garden, a cute cherry tree and he even included the blank house tile!

The whole city is stitched on 14ct plastic canvas and measures 3.5″ x 3.5″ x 4″.

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A Link to the Past Title Logo

June 3rd, 2016 - by blackmageheart

Forum and stitching newcomer ParlorKing posted this lovely cross stitch project on the boards recently, and it caught quite a few eyes!


The logo, and flying Link, were stitched on some stunning hand dyed evenweave. A great first project!

The Dr {Mario} is in!

May 6th, 2016 - by blackmageheart

This blogger has been pretty unwell recently (hence the lack of posts – many apologies, Sprite Stitch readers!) with various ailments. Because of that, I went on a little discovery tour of the internet, looking for Dr. Mario stuff! I’m not sure I would entrust my health to this particular doctor, but I did find a few nice items to share!


Perler sprites by S Sharda

Dr Mario classroom by S Sharda



Shrink plastic cufflinks by pixelparty

Dr Mario cufflinks by pixelparty



Hand drawn shoes by AlzadoCompany

Dr Mario shoes by AlzadoCompany


Remember to keep those viruses away with your Megavitamins!

Pokémon’s 20th Anniversary!

February 29th, 2016 - by blackmageheart

I think 2016 is the year for gaming anniversaries! We’ve already had Street Fighter II and The Legend of Zelda, and now it’s Pokémon!
I’ve picked out a few ‘mon-based stitches that I like (and believe me, it was difficult to even choose one – there are so many out there!)

surfing pikachu by arkani
arkani from the forums stayed up until about 5am to complete this Surfing Pikachu stitch in time for Pokémon Day (which was 27th Feb.)

Lord Libidan‘s classic tattoo-style crest, which is still awesome!

“Pika Pile” by StitchPlease (pattern by HardcoreEskimoKisses)

Kanto Country Life by KysenCrafts
“Kanto Country Life” sampler by KysenCrafts. This was donated to the Desert Bus for Hope for a giveaway prize a while back.



Don’t forget, there are plenty of Pokémon patterns on our forums – including the Epics!

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Stardew Valley Cross Stitch

February 25th, 2016 - by blackmageheart

Stardew Valley is a super cute new Harvest Moon-style game. sirinth posted these excellent stitches of sprites from the game over on our forums!




There are key/phone fobs of various animals and items; a portrait of Abigail, one of the characters; and a biscornu with veggies and a chicken. Very cute!

Stardew Valley will be available on Steam from Feb 26th, and do check out sirinth’s cross stitch streams on Twitch !

Via: Sprite Stitch Forums

Celebrating The Legend of Zelda’s 30th Anniversary!

February 22nd, 2016 - by blackmageheart

On the 21st February 1986, The Legend of Zelda was released. Today Sprite Stitch celebrates with some of our favourite Zelda cross stitches!

Helmeroc King Stained Glass by Servotron

jun-jul chal
Zelda logo by blackberrybear

Dungeon by Thedkcloud

Hyrule Sweet Hyrule by merrywether

Hyrule Crest
Hyrule Crest by carand88

And of course, the original Light World map by Servotron!


Legend of Zelda Title Screen Blanket

February 15th, 2016 - by blackmageheart

rufusdampfer from our forums crocheted this excellent Legend of Zelda title screen blanket!

Zelda Crochet Blanket by rufusdampfer

Zelda Blanket Close up

rufus said, “I’ve worked on this crochet project steadily for around 2 hours a day for the past 4 months. Netflix sometimes demands some distraction so you don’t feel like you’re completely wasting your time! It has been really fun to see it forming row by row like it’s been loading for months! I did this using 1 sc per 1 pixel making it 240 rows of 256. If anyone wants to know more details about how to do this I would be happy to help. I found it quite rewarding.”

I think it’s very cool, and would love one of my own!

Via: Sprite Stitch Forums

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