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Epic Pokemon Pattern Generation I

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Epic Pokemon Pattern Generation I

Postby Servotron on Wed Apr 01, 2009 10:31 am

nintandrew wrote:....and nope, this isn't a stitch-a-long, just mass insanity.


(The pattern has recently been updated and will only open in version 1.14 or higher of KG-Chart. Update to the latest version at http://www.iktsoft.net/kgchart-en/)

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The Chart. (Very Big)

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The Thread colours

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Epic Pokemon Pattern (Colour Blocks).pdf
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Be warned, this thing will be massive if you decide to attempt it. On 18 count aida, it will measure 25 by 14.2 inches, and it contains 105 colours. The picture shows all the 1st generation Pokemon from the Fire Red/Leaf Green games.

EDIT: (05/05/09) There was a mistake in the original file. See further down the thread to see exactly where (page 2). Download the new pattern file or the .png chart for the corrected version. There are no extra colours, so the threads chart is still correct.

EDIT: (23/03/10) I've had to update the chart again, it seems that there were two colours with the same symbol, 3608 and 3727. DMC 3727 now has an n as it's symbol. For people you have already started, I wouldn't worry to much as the colours are very similar.

LINK TO EPIC POKEMON PATTERN GENERATION II
LINK TO EPIC POKEMON PATTERN GENERATION III
LINK TO EPIC POKEMON PATTERN GENERATION IV
LINK TO EPIC POKEMON PATTERN GENERATION V
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Re: Epic Pokemon Pattern

Postby corbin on Wed Apr 01, 2009 10:40 am

:shock: I thought all the title screen cross stitches where hard enough I can't imagine trying to do this one. Good luck to anyone who does it and as always great pattern.
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Re: Epic Pokemon Pattern

Postby jelibe on Wed Apr 01, 2009 12:51 pm

Where's the smilie with the REALLY long tongue????? And the drooling one!! I......wow!! Speachless!!
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Re: Epic Pokemon Pattern

Postby johloh on Wed Apr 01, 2009 2:17 pm

even just the picture makes me feel sick! anyone who makes this will definitely get a special icon next to their name on here....
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Re: Epic Pokemon Pattern

Postby Zopa on Wed Apr 01, 2009 6:58 pm

wooow. This is an awesome pattern. It'd be cool to see it stitched.
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Re: Epic Pokemon Pattern

Postby Meowgan on Thu Apr 02, 2009 6:13 am

I want to make this, but I want to keep my sanity. After I finish my current stitchings I might attempt this.
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Re: Epic Pokemon Pattern

Postby jelibe on Thu Apr 02, 2009 8:42 am

You may want to do this in small sections. Maybe square frames to make it look like one large frame when on the wall. You may not go quite as crazy then.
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Re: Epic Pokemon Pattern

Postby Rozez1982 on Thu Apr 02, 2009 5:21 pm

OMG that would be incredible for someone to make that. Talk about alot of work. With the way I am, I get tired of a project and pick it up again later if it's a big one. That would take me like 5 years to do. LOL
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Re: Epic Pokemon Pattern

Postby paranoiac543 on Sun May 03, 2009 9:29 pm

Wow that looks expensive..lol.. i would definately try this one day :D
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Re: Epic Pokemon Pattern

Postby blackmageheart on Mon May 04, 2009 5:48 am

I might actually try this... I've been thinking of doing a big Pokemon stitching. I think "Epic" describes this perfectly :shock:
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