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Iron Man Cross-Stitch: Proof That Tony Stark Can be Art

by Lambert Varias

Tony Stark would probably balk at the idea of an Iron Man cross-stitch, but I’m sure he’ll change his mind once he sees the surprise that this particular piece has.

iron man cross stitch

Behold! Evil Iron Man:

iron man cross stitch 2

I didn’t know there was such a thing as glow in the dark thread until I saw this piece.

iron man cross stitch 3

It’s a shame there’s no orange or yellow glow in the dark thread. You can view larger versions of the Iron Man cross-stitch at Stitchfight’s Flickr page.

[via Time Travel and Rocket-Powered Apes]

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Comments (2):

  1. Ragnogroth says:

    You can find the thread and other glowing things at http://www.glorope.com/

  2. Loretta @ Stitching the Night Away says:

    Actually, they do make orange and yellow glow in the dark threads, but they are a little neon-ish in appearance during the daylight time and would distract from the awesomeness that is Iron Man ;-)

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