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Cross Stitched Pokédex: for Cataloging Textile Pokémon

by Lambert Varias
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Last year I called Linda’s impressive cross-stitch project the “textile Pokédex.” I was wrong. This cute bundle of thread made by Sprite Stitch member Lord Libidan is the actual textile Pokédex. Linda deserves to own a copy of this. It sure beats getting a cross-stitched diploma.

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Lord Libidan says he based his creation on the generation 1 Pokédex and gave it “animé accurate colors.” It’s a shame it doesn’t have animé accurate functions.

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Nintendo should consider releasing an actual Pokédex. Even if it’s just a glorified media player that only contained information on Pokémon, I’m pretty sure they’d sell millions.

[via Sprite Stitch]

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