Free Epic Pokemon Generations Cross Stitch Patterns

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Some of the most requested Pokemon patterns out there, and seen as some of the most epic are Servotron’s epic Pokemon cross stitch patterns.
We’ve compiled all 5 of Servotron’s patterns and an additional 6 and 7th generations, showing the first 7 generations of Pokemon in the generation 5 Pokemon sprites. Each pattern is the same size, and uses the same 105 master colors.
 
Stitch Count: 256w x 450h
Finished Size: 18.3″ x 32.1″ or 46.4cm x 81.6cm (14ct)
Number of colors: 105 (generation 1), 101 (generation 2), 105 (generation 3), 103 (generation 4), 101 (generation 5), 102 (generation 6) & 103 (generation 7) DMC

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Generation 1 (Red/Blue/Yellow)
Download Gen 1 COLOR pattern
Download Gen 1 B&W pattern
Download Gen 1 COLOR EXTENDED pattern

 
Generation 2 (Gold/Silver/Crystal)
Download Gen 2 COLOR pattern
Download Gen 2 B&W pattern

 
Generation 3 (Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald)
Download Gen 3 COLOR pattern
Download Gen 3 B&W pattern

 
Generation 4 (Diamond/Pearl/Platinum)
Download Gen 4 COLOR pattern
Download Gen 4 B&W pattern

 
Generation 5 (Black/White/Black 2/White 2)
Download Gen 5 COLOR pattern
Download Gen 5 B&W pattern

 
Generation 6 (X/Y)
Download Gen 6 COLOR pattern
Download Gen 6 B&W pattern

 
Generation 7 (Sun/Moon)
Download Gen 7 COLOR pattern
Download Gen 7 B&W pattern

 
Generation 8 (Sword/Shield)
– Coming soon –


Thank you to Servotron and Shadow_Nova for making these patterns with the help of the SpriteStitch community and all the members of the Poke Community and Smogon forums for their excellent sprites.


If you’re looking for older pattern files, drop me a line, we keep all of them.
 
Thinking of tackling this epic cross stitch? We have some great guides like where to find super large aida, how to tackle epic cross stitches, cross stitch gridding techniques and how to keep up motivation when tackling epic cross stitches.
 
These patterns have been completed by a few people, we’ve collected a few below!
She even made this super awesome video timelapse:



Looking for a truly epic pattern? Have you seen our epic all generations Pokemon cross stitch pattern?
 
Looking for something else? Check out our list of free cross stitch patterns for more.

 

 

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66 thoughts on “Free Epic Pokemon Generations Cross Stitch Patterns

  1. Hi I tried to download a black and white version of gen 7 but it just comes up as colour when I click on the link is there a way to fix that?

  2. Hi! I just started the gen 1 pattern and noticed that some of the white squares dont have any color code on it. I’m assuming it’s just straight white?

  3. Is there any way I can get a printed copy of Gen one in color and bW I don’t have a printer so how much would ya charger for copies thanks…

    I got my fabric other day buying floss now for the project please I hope is a way

  4. Hi There I’m looking to start Gen 1 for my husband, I’m just in the preparing stages and am going through my thread to see what I need. Is there a way to calculate the number of skeins needed approx. using the CT number? I wasn’t sure what that stood for or how to calculate it specifically.

    Thanks!

  5. Question, this web page lists the final size for these on 14ct Aida and the files for the first few patterns list the final size for 18ct Aida. Is there any negatives to stitching these on a higher count material? I know that because you’re getting more stitches per inch the finished piece would be smaller but will that negatively impact the finished product in any way? Just trying to work out what the best count to use would be because I plan on doing all of these at some point. What would you recommend? Thanks!

    1. Please ignore the pattern files; they say 18 count, but the measurements are wrong. We’re working on supplying an update asap!
      However, you can stitch these on 18 count if you want. It is indeed smaller, but there are no negatives per-say. Sometimes on 14 count you can get a lot of background aida poking through, so a higher count would avoid this. On the flipside using 2 stands can sometimes make the stitching look “puffy”. Also it’s hard to see/stitch on.
      Given the choice, I would personally stitch it in 16 count. It has great coverage using 2 stands and still easy to stitch with 😀

      1. I concur. I never use 14ct. I almost always use 16ct (18ct for some larger patterns I’m making ornaments out of).

  6. Hi! I’m working on gen one. When I input the stitch count into a calculator for fabric size I get something much smaller (22 in by 33 in) than the finished size of 72.24 cm x 127 cm. What size do I need?

  7. I’m glad to hear that gen 7 & 8 will come out eventually. I completed gen 1 back in 2017 and I’m very nearly done with gen 2. I hope to make all of them and have them framed on my wall. <3

  8. I know someone else mentioned this a few months ago but Diggersby isn’t on the gen 6 pattern, might want to fix that! Also, is there a place to download the individual gen 6 sprites? I love the way they’ve been made to look like previous gens! Who’s the artist?

  9. Hi is there a possibility to have a design for GEN 7 & 8 just like the other generations?? Thank you

    1. Hey,
      Yes, we’re planning on both. We were previously waiting on the sprites (they have to be custom made to match the current patterns). Gen 8 is still a way off, but Gen 7 has been complete.
      However, as this generation brought in versions we’re trying to work out the best way to place them. But we’re working on it!

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