Batman's Enemies - Pixel People

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Batman's Enemies - Pixel People Pattern


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Embroidery: Batman's Enemies - Pixel People
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details




Hand Embroidery

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • cross-stitch
  • fractional stitches
  • backstitch

Pattern Description:

Is there a better Rogue's Gallery than Batman's? Since his earliest days Batman has always been confronted by a vast array of dastardly, colourful foes. Returning time and again to spar with the World's Greatest Detective, it seems one or other (or sometimes all) of his Enemies are just as stubborn and iconic and the Batman himself.

Featuring the Penguin, Poison Ivy, Two-Face, The Joker, Harley Quinn, Bane, and the Riddler, this stitch is the perfect compliment to our Batman & Friends pattern.

This cross-stitch pattern comes with a full colour chart with floss legends in DMC, JP Coats, and Anchor, although of course all colours can be replaced as per the stitcher's preference.

This pattern is simple and suitable for beginners. We've included our best stitching tips for both beginners and more experienced stitchers and if you're completely new to the craft there's a good how-to video courtesy of Yarn Tree at

(c) 2011 Christopher Gable
Patterns are for personal use only. Please do not distribute any copies of the pattern. Finished pieces may be given as gifts, but not sold for profit. Thank you!

Happy Stitching! xo

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Design Area: 6.57" x 2.93" (92 x 41 stitches)


  • 14 count Aida
  • 1 skein each recommended colour of floss
  • small, sharp-nosed scissors
  • embroidery hoop
  • tapestry needle

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A husband/wife team of designers, we believe in a world where cross-stitch doesn't have to be boring, old-fashioned, or time consuming!

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