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The 9th Doctor Who – Version 2 X-Stitch

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The 9th Doctor Who – Version 2 X-Stitch
The 9th Doctor Who – Version 2 X-Stitch
The 9th Doctor Who – Version 2 X-Stitch

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Cross-Stitch

Pattern Description:

The 9th Doctor Who - Version 2 - Counted Cross Stitch Pattern (X-Stitch PDF)

This cross stitch pattern was personally and lovingly designed by me! The pattern is one of several Doctor Who portraits available on my Craftsy page. I have multiple versions of the 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th Doctor to choose from. All of my Doctor Who portrait patterns are 300 by 300 stitches. If you sew multiple projects from this series, and use the same fabric and frame, you can hang them on your wall in a coordinated grouping that should look amazing. This is not a difficult pattern to stitch, but it is large and time-consuming.

With all of my cross-stitch patterns, I try to group stitches of a particular color together so it's easier to stitch. I know that it's frustrating to start a new thread and only do one speck of that color before weaving back in. As much as possible, I've tried to avoid this.

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(c) 2013. All of my patterns are copyrighted. You may stitch them yourself and give the finished products as a gift, but please do not share, distribute, or re-sell the pattern.

Your downloaded pattern will include 4 versions of the same pattern. You will have a black and white version, as well as a color version. You will also have a 'large print' option for both. The large print format will use up more printer paper and ink, so it is only recommended for people with poor eyesight or who typically wear reading glasses. The files will be in PDF format. You probably already have an appropriate PDF reader program. But, if the file doesn't open, you can download Adobe Acrobat Reader for free here: Mac users will view the file with Preview.

-Difficulty Level: Medium-Hard. A large and time-consuming project with lots of blending.
-Does the Pattern Include Back-stitch?: No
-Does the Pattern Include Half Stitches or Other Specialty Stitches?: No.
-Number of DMC colors: 31
-Total number of DMC skeins needed (approximate): 32
-Number of Stitches: 90,000 (300 stitches wide by 300 stitches tall)
-Pattern pages should be printed on 8 1/2 x 11 paper.

A PDF computer file containing the pattern.
The pattern will include (1) a color image of the completed project, (2) the pattern, and (3) a legend and list of the colors and lengths of the DMC embroidery floss you will need to purchase.

Instructions on how to cross-stitch, embroidery floss, cross-stitch fabric or Aida cloth, cross-stitch needles, or a physical print-out of the pattern. This is not a kit or finished piece.

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Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • This pattern can be used with any size fabric. Remember to purchase enough fabric to allow at least a couple inches margin on the edges.
  • For 16 stitches per inch fabric, the finished project will measure: 18.8 inches (47.6 cm) square.
  • For 14 stitches per inch fabric, the finished project will measure: 21.4 inches (54.4 cm) square.
  • For 12 stitches per inch fabric, the finished project will measure: 25 inches (63.5 cm) square.
  • For 10 stitches per inch fabric, the finished project will measure: 30 inches (76.2 cm) square.


  • DMC embroidery floss indicated on the pattern
  • Cross-stitch fabric (even-weave) OR Aida cloth of your choice
  • Cross-stitch needle
  • The embroidery floss length estimates given on the pattern assumes that you are making 14 stitches per inch. If your stitches are smaller, you'll need less floss; if your stitches are larger, you will need more floss.

You Will Also Need:

  • Access to a home printer or a Kinkos/Office store
  • Basic knowledge of how to cross-stitch
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