Final Fantasy III Monopoly

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Re: Final Fantasy III Monopoly

Postby Krysta » Sun Jul 22, 2012 8:11 am

SO it turns out it is for PC stitch, like I suspected. But thankfully somebody already PDFed it. (I overlooked it earlier) So thanks very much for that!

Now, I'll try to find some fabric which is 14 count. I only have 18 count at the moment. Not that hard, hobby-stores around here only carry the 14 count type.

Just one last question. How do you fray the edges like that and still make it look pretty and not able to fray any more than that? Do you sew the edges or something?
And how long did it take you to finish?

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Re: Final Fantasy III Monopoly

Postby jadely » Sun Jul 22, 2012 9:58 am

I haven't had much time to work on the other board pattern, many apologies if you're waiting on that. Let me know if you want the pattern so you can finish it up yourselves to stitch as it might be a while before I get back to it :)

As for the frayed edges- I back-stitched along the bottom edge (and did this through the aida and felt backing), and then cut either 2 or 3 blocks from that edge on the aida. I just pulled off the excess after that. I've finished quite a few pieces in this method, and none of them have had an issue with unravelling. I hope that is a good explanation. If not, I can dig out the book I saw it in and try that explanation :)
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Re: Final Fantasy III Monopoly

Postby tiffstitch » Sun Jul 22, 2012 10:02 am

Did you decide what to add in the blanks? Did I miss that somewhere?

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Re: Final Fantasy III Monopoly

Postby jadely » Sun Jul 22, 2012 10:23 am

tiffstitch wrote:Did you decide what to add in the blanks? Did I miss that somewhere?


I haven't made a definite decision yet, but I love the Metroid and Kirby suggestions. I need some Pokemon too, I think, but it's all still up in the air.
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Re: Final Fantasy III Monopoly

Postby Servotron » Sun Jul 22, 2012 10:54 am

jadely wrote:
tiffstitch wrote:Did you decide what to add in the blanks? Did I miss that somewhere?


I haven't made a definite decision yet, but I love the Metroid and Kirby suggestions. I need some Pokemon too, I think, but it's all still up in the air.


If you wanted to stick to Nintendo characters, you could take out the Final Fantasy and Chrono Trigger characters and put in the rest. I'm going to put a vote in for Pikmin too while I'm at it. Other Nintendo franchises you could think of could be Starfox, F-Zero, Punch-Out!, Kirby and Kid Icarus.
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Re: Final Fantasy III Monopoly

Postby tiffstitch » Sun Jul 22, 2012 11:04 am

jadely wrote:
tiffstitch wrote:Did you decide what to add in the blanks? Did I miss that somewhere?


I haven't made a definite decision yet, but I love the Metroid and Kirby suggestions. I need some Pokemon too, I think, but it's all still up in the air.


I was wondering about Pokemon, but really, you could easily do an entire Pokemon board too. Not that I'm saying you have to or should, just that there are so many possibilities with Pokemon.

Servotron wrote:If you wanted to stick to Nintendo characters, you could take out the Final Fantasy and Chrono Trigger characters and put in the rest. I'm going to put a vote in for Pikmin too while I'm at it. Other Nintendo franchises you could think of could be Starfox, F-Zero, Punch-Out!, Kirby and Kid Icarus.


Or have some of your "tokens" be F-Zero cars or Starfox ships.. I do love the Pikmin idea too!

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Re: Final Fantasy III Monopoly

Postby bumpstr » Mon Jul 23, 2012 8:31 am

This is awesome!

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Re: Final Fantasy III Monopoly

Postby Kevin18875 » Tue Jul 24, 2012 7:19 pm

in my opinion for this, pokemon shouldn't be a monopoly game. should be something like a board game where you have to collect the badges, and start with the kanto region. Although, it could be fun buying places like pallet town, or Lavender Town.

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Re: Final Fantasy III Monopoly

Postby kittybuu » Thu Aug 16, 2012 12:54 pm

hi i absolulutly love this i tried to download the pattern but it didnt work could you help me please?

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Re: Final Fantasy III Monopoly

Postby CraftacularCrafter » Fri Aug 17, 2012 11:16 am

I am so in love with this I can't even begin to express it. :D

Final Fantasy 3/6 is my favorite game of ALL TIME. This is such a clever way to showcase all of the characters and everything else that makes this game amazing.

Thanks so much for uploading the pattern! I'll definitely be adding this to my to-do list.

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