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Pokémon Generation 1 Cross-Stitched: Textile Pokédex

by Lambert Varias
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Linda aka Eponases wants to be the very best Pokémon stitcher, like no one ever was. So she took the original Pokémon and cross-stitched ’em all in one piece of cloth.

pokemon generation 1 cross stitch by eponases

Linda based her project on a pattern uploaded by a user named Servotron on the Sprite Stitch forums. She says the materials she used only amounted to about $80 (USD). I’m sure there are fans there who’d be willing to pay a lot more than that for the finished product, specially when they find out that it took Linda nearly 8 months to finish it. Here’s Linda with her work:

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Here’s a stop motion time lapse video that Linda made to document her impressive achievement.

[via Eponases via Reddit]



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