Free Epic Pokemon All Generations Cross Stitch Pattern

epic pokemon all generations cross stitch
This is the big one. The most outrageous and insanely huge pattern I’ve found anywhere on the internet. It’s a combination of the first 5 generations of Pokemon, using generation 5 sprites. It’s basically a combination of the separate 5 epic pokemon generations cross stitch patterns we posted last week.
It’s a massive 798,000 stitches, with the finished piece well over a meter wide and tall on 14 count (almost 1.5m x 2m). If you attempt it, I salute you!
 
Stitch Count: 798w x 1000h
Finished Size: 57″ x 71.5″ or 145cm x 182cm (14ct)
Number of colors: 234 (DMC)

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Download top right pattern
Download top left pattern
Download bottom right pattern
Download bottom left pattern

 
A few people have requested both color and black and white versions of the pattern. I’m working of this currently, however due to its size the program keeps crashing… :/


Lastly, the only person so far that is still stitching the pattern is samarin6 who last gave us the below update back in 2015, with just over 25% of the pattern complete; 3 years in.
pokemon epic all generations cross stitch by samarin6 (source: spritestitch.com)
pokemon epic all generations cross stitch by samarin6 (source: spritestitch.com)

 
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33 thoughts on “Free Epic Pokemon All Generations Cross Stitch Pattern

  1. Hi I’m working on the bottom right and I notice there is no difference between h I j on the chart and some of the white boxes are blank so I don’t know what to use

    1. Hi there,
      The program was REALLY pushed when it was making it, so it did some weird things. One of those is that is sometimes makes the letters appear in white, when they should actually be in black. I spoke to Jeff (program creator) and he advised me that the white text comes in the same color as B5200. But, don’t worry! Generally the rule is “j” or B5200. But in some cases, like page 31 you can see blocks of “i”. I would use color “i” (BLANC) here.
      If you look on page 37 you can also see that some of the other colors have this too (like “a”) but are easier to see.
      Sorry I couldn’t give you a firm answer! Sadly the original conversion files have been lost to time so I can’t even reproduce them.

  2. Hi! I love this so much but I would love to have all the patterns in b&w. Any chance that you have the two that are here in color as black and white? Thanks!

  3. I see that you were having issues making the entire pattern PDF in color. Do you have the patterns themselves in a stitch program format instead of PDF?

    1. Hi there,
      We do, but sadly they’re so unstable sending them over email fries them. We’re in talks with the program creator and we’re getting somewhere (all be it slowly).
      Thanks though!

  4. So I’ve really wanted to start this but after looking over the details of each section the symbols and their colors don’t match each other. EX: take the top right and left. The symbol for color 3371 isn’t the same and this discrepancy is frequent enough between the four sections to cause concern. I’m afraid to invest the time and money into this without knowing for sure that this isn’t an error of some kind.

    1. Hi,
      The size of the pattern meant that it had to be split up to fit into each ‘section’. The colors match up, however the symbols are different between all of the pdfs.

  5. might just be me but why are the left side ones black and white and the right side ones coloured?? Going to start this in the new year and was just wondering if anyone has the left side as a coloured verison. Thanks

  6. I’m finding it impossible to find aida in the size on the page :/ I’ve called every craft store in my town and none of the stock it in the size stated :/

  7. Well, I’m officially throwing my hat into this race. I’ll have to look at setting up a progress blog (or maybe just use DeviantArt, I’ve got an old account there that’ll do for starters). I just got the fabric today, and if I didn’t have a time-limited project I’d start getting the floss and basting and going at it. I’m doing this on 36 count Modina (so the project will fit all on one piece) and going 2 over 2.

  8. This looks amazing. Kudos to the stitcher! I just discovered cross stitch about two weeks ago, and as a complete newbie I’ve been looking for some cool patterns, and stumbled on this site. This one looks so time consuming, but like it will be worth the effort when they finish! What are they stitching on? It seems big enough to be a blanket, but I don’t imagine snuggling up to Aida or even Linen would be all that comfortable unless you spent a TON on the special hand-dyed soft stuff.

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