Zelda: A Link To The Past Map (Light World)

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Re: Zelda: A Link To The Past Map (Light World)

Postby ezsebeth » Wed Feb 24, 2010 10:55 pm

Thanks!!

Now I can go aida shopping later today :cool:
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Re: Zelda: A Link To The Past Map (Light World)

Postby SweetSpiced » Thu Mar 04, 2010 3:30 pm

This is awesome. It makes me want to go back and play this one again. Thank you so much for the hard work necessary to create this!

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Re: Zelda: A Link To The Past Map (Light World)

Postby missnaboo » Mon Nov 08, 2010 1:52 pm

Please, I really want to make it, so can you explain me what mean "ct" on the list ?

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Re: Zelda: A Link To The Past Map (Light World)

Postby Servotron » Mon Nov 08, 2010 1:54 pm

missnaboo wrote:Please, I really want to make it, so can you explain me what mean "ct" on the list ?


It means count or the number of stitches of that particular colour.
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Re: Zelda: A Link To The Past Map (Light World)

Postby jericarook » Tue Dec 07, 2010 10:54 pm

I love this and i want to make it for my brother for xmas. i have so many questions but my mom cant answer them will you help me?

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Re: Zelda: A Link To The Past Map (Light World)

Postby Lijnloos » Tue Dec 07, 2010 11:01 pm

I might start this after I finish my SMB 3 - World 1 stitching, this is amazing! And not even that big, would have guessed it to be bigger than 35x35 cm...
Now only checking to see if I have enough of the thread-colors at home.

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Re: Zelda: A Link To The Past Map (Light World)

Postby Servotron » Wed Dec 08, 2010 10:21 am

jericarook wrote:I love this and i want to make it for my brother for xmas. i have so many questions but my mom cant answer them will you help me?


Ask away!
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Re: Zelda: A Link To The Past Map (Light World)

Postby jericarook » Wed Dec 08, 2010 4:16 pm

I have no idea how much thread of each color to buy, tthe software says to use black aida and my work only sells 14ct black aida so would that change the dimensions or size ifi bought that instead of 18 ct.

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Re: Zelda: A Link To The Past Map (Light World)

Postby Servotron » Thu Dec 09, 2010 12:48 am

jericarook wrote:I have no idea how much thread of each color to buy, tthe software says to use black aida and my work only sells 14ct black aida so would that change the dimensions or size ifi bought that instead of 18 ct.


You don't need to use black aida, I used 18 count white aida. As for the thread, as I was working on it, I worked out roughly that it was 1 skein of thread for every 2500 stitches. So for the clouds, for example, I think I need about 4 skeins of thread.
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Re: Zelda: A Link To The Past Map (Light World)

Postby Dulahey » Wed Jun 01, 2011 8:53 am

I'm about to begin this project but I have a quick question for you all. I'm going to use 16 count Aida. Should I use 2 or 3 threads of floss?

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