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Gameboy Starter Pokemon Cross Stitch

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Gotta Catch 'Em All! If you're anything like me, pokemon was a huge part of growing up - and it's still something I enjoy to watch and play now! Pokemon Blue was the first game I had - for my gameboy - and as far as I was aware - there were 151 pokemon - no more, no less! This pokemon pattern features Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle - the original starter pokemon and they are in their original gameboy form (with a splash of colour added!) Pattern measures 130 x 40 stitches which is approx 9 x 3 inches on 16 count Aida. Included in our pattern is a colour chart with floss legends in DMC, a colour pattern chart and finished picture of the item. These designs are copyright Beki Harrison 2013. You may stitch them yourself and give the finished products as a gift, but you may not share, distribute, re-sell the pattern, or sell the finished product for profit. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 130 x 40 stitches

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Rather Unseamly
Rather Unseamly
Fighting the Stigma of Cross Stitch! Cross stitch has become a bigger and bigger part of my life in recent years. It's always annoyed me that there hasn't been the kind of kits and patterns that I want to stitch so my solution was to make them myself. There is still a stigma with cross stitch that it is a 'granny craft' and although I believe there is a lot of beauty to traditional cross stitches I want to create modern and fun patterns and stitches that can appeal to a new generation of stitchers. Everything in my shop is unique to Rather Unseamly. I spend the time thinking up the designs and creating them. Nothing goes into my shop unless it is something I want to stitch and if I believe the design will appeal to a modern audience. Often enough I find myself with at least 3 of my patterns on the go at once! I find inspiration from all over the shot. Sometimes it's something I see online through blogs, Facebook or videos. Sometimes it's some sarcastic comment that a friend has made. Sometimes even I don't know where my designs pop into my head from! I'm always looking for new ways for cross stitches to be more than just pretty designs. I'm currently developing a range of kits and I'm starting to look into cross stitch jewellery. So stay tuned because 2015 is going to be an exciting year!