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Epic Pokemon Pattern Generation I

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Re: Epic Pokemon Pattern Generation I

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Hi! I want to show you what I´ve done during about 3 months. I decided to change a few color numbers (Mew, Aerodactyl...) and I´m waiting for more supplies for Voltorb, Weezing... because the ones I got (CXC, are great but sometimes the colors look different) are not accurate enough to the original sprite. I´m enjoying myself a lot, everytime I complete a page or a Pokémon feels great :D
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Wow...you've gotten a ton done! It's looking great!!!
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Coming along nicely :) It will look fantastic when its done
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I'm back to stitching all day every day with all the corona drama going on... the oranges are still a pain to figure out !
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Oh wow!! That’s looking so good! Yea, now is a perfect time to craft with all quarantined and stuff.

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This is what I´ve done so far, of course I´ve changed a few colours :D
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cruceandoarte wrote:
Sat Jul 11, 2020 5:18 am
This is what I´ve done so far, of course I´ve changed a few colours :D
Wonderful progress since last year. :clapping:
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White size cloth should I buy to start this project? The size mentioned on the first page and the size in the pdf seem to be different for me ^^''

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silkblade wrote:
Tue Aug 18, 2020 10:23 am
White size cloth should I buy to start this project? The size mentioned on the first page and the size in the pdf seem to be different for me ^^''
On aida the full stitched design should be:

14ct - 46.44 x 81.64cm / 18.28" x 32.14"
16ct - 40.64 x 71.43cm / 16.00" x 28.12"
18ct - 36.12 x 63.50cm / 14.22" x 25.00"

So make sure to buy a piece of material that is bigger than the area that will be stitched, as you'll want some room around the edges - I recommend adding AT LEAST a few inches on all sides!
Hope that helps, and please feel free to ask more questions!
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Re: Epic Pokemon Pattern Generation I

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blackmageheart wrote:
Tue Aug 18, 2020 2:26 pm
silkblade wrote:
Tue Aug 18, 2020 10:23 am
White size cloth should I buy to start this project? The size mentioned on the first page and the size in the pdf seem to be different for me ^^''
On aida the full stitched design should be:

14ct - 46.44 x 81.64cm / 18.28" x 32.14"
16ct - 40.64 x 71.43cm / 16.00" x 28.12"
18ct - 36.12 x 63.50cm / 14.22" x 25.00"

So make sure to buy a piece of material that is bigger than the area that will be stitched, as you'll want some room around the edges - I recommend adding AT LEAST a few inches on all sides!
Hope that helps, and please feel free to ask more questions!
Thank you! That's a huge help. I was worried this thread might be dead sense thats my first post but I'm so glad to see it's not! Noe I know where to go if I need help XD

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