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; Servotron’s epic Pokemon cross stitch patterns.
We’ve compiled all 5 of the versions, showing the first 5 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) DMC

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These patterns have been completed a few times (and we’ve even posted a few on the blog) and one of the greatest was by Eponases.
Epic Pokemon Cross Stitch by Eponases (source:
Epic Pokemon Cross Stitch by Eponases (source:

She even made this super awesome video timelapse:
epic pokemon stitch by a grandma (source:
epic pokemon stitch by a grandma (source:

Finished epic Pokemon generation 2 cross stitch pattern by Hellfire (source:
Finished epic Pokemon generation 2 cross stitch pattern by Hellfire (source:

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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19 thoughts on “Free Epic Pokemon Generations Cross Stitch Patterns

  1. do we know if there are any plans for the newer generations? i’m only on gen 1 at the minute but would love to do all pokemon

      1. That’s a shame, thanks for the fast reply just 1-5 to get in with then, not like that isn’t going to take me a lifetime xxx

  2. Thanks for sharing this here! I’m just starting on Gen 1, hoping to make all five (maybe six?) in the next few years!

  3. Hello LordLibidan,

    How many strands over strands did you used on this 14ct aida project assuming you also applied the railroad method. I zoomed on the finished work and the floss coverage is perfect I do not see Xs nor fabric.

    I am a beginner and I am working on a small project to mentally prepare myself before I dive into epic gen 1. I am using 14 ct aida 2 strands over 2 strands no railroad method. The black outline often shows the fabrics and the black outline looks like XXX and not black squares.
    Thank you,

    1. Hi Hang,
      That is indeed 2 strands, without railroad. The reason it looks so good is the size of the stitching. Up close you can see through the fabric slightly, however if you iron it, that should remove that look.

  4. Thank you for the fast reply!

    One more question, how much was the total floss cost. I did an estimate and it was over 300USD. Let me if thats sound correct. thank you

  5. Hello LordLibidan,

    In your guide “how to stitch like a rockstar”, the GIF displays Cross Stitching diagonal 3×3. Did you go that route or the 2×2 for your Gen 1 pokemon? Also, why did you use Aida 14 and not Aida 18?

    Thank you,

    1. Hi Hang Li,
      The GIF is an example; personally I use 1-over-1 (1×1).
      The aida size is normally standardised to 14 count, I personally tend to use 16 count for many of my stitches. You can use any size you want. 18 count is obviously smaller, so harder to stitch on.
      Hope that helps!

  6. The finish size that is above the block where you download the pattern differs from the finish size in the pattern template. What size fabric should be bought to do this design?

    1. The finished peice will be 18.3″ x 32.1″ or 46.4cm x 81.6cm on 14ct. The pattern file is slightly incorrect due to a bug in the code when the pattern was made.

  7. Just downloaded the pattern, where it says ct on the threads what does that mean? So for dmc 155 it has in brackets (846ct) how many threads will I need to buy? Many thanks katy

    1. Hi, this is the number of stitches each color has. So in your example there are 846 stitches in DMC155. It’s used to help people work out how much floss to buy.
      How much you need to buy depends on how economical you are with your thread. I personally estimate 200 stitches is about one 8m skein. This can vary a lot though if stitches are far way from each other, and if you tie off regularly, or ‘jump stitch’. When I first started I got about 100 stitches to one 8m skein.

      1. Lovely thank you! I tend to stitch each ten by ten square as I go so I don’t make any mistakes. Think I will buy one of each to begin with. Many thanks!

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