Free Epic Pokemon Generations Cross Stitch Patterns

Epic Pokemon Generation Cross Stitch Patterns
Epic Pokemon Generation Cross Stitch Patterns

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 by Shadow_Nova, 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
Download Gen 2 COLOR EXTENDED pattern


Generation 3 (Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald)

Download Gen 3 COLOR pattern
Download Gen 3 B&W pattern
Download Gen 3 COLOR EXTENDED pattern


Generation 4 (Diamond/Pearl/Platinum)

Download Gen 4 COLOR pattern
Download Gen 4 B&W pattern
Download Gen 4 COLOR EXTENDED pattern


Generation 5 (Black/White/Black 2/White 2)

Download Gen 5 COLOR pattern
Download Gen 5 B&W pattern
Download Gen 5 COLOR EXTENDED pattern


Generation 6 (X/Y)

Download Gen 6 COLOR pattern
Download Gen 6 B&W pattern
Download Gen 6 COLOR EXTENDED pattern


Generation 7 (Sun/Moon)

Download Gen 7 COLOR pattern
Download Gen 7 B&W pattern
Download Gen 7 COLOR EXTENDED pattern


Generation 8 (Sword/Shield)

Download Gen 8 COLOR pattern
Download Gen 8 B&W pattern
Download Gen 8 COLOR EXTENDED pattern
Download Gen 8 Gigantamax COLOR pattern
Download Gen 8 Gigantamax B&W pattern
Download Gen 8 Gigantamax COLOR EXTENDED pattern

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.

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.
If you want to see how they look completed, we have a whole gallery you can view!
Looking for something else? Check out our list of free cross stitch patterns for more.

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  1. Helena

    Hi I’m stitching the 1st gen extended and have a question..
    I was thinking of, insted of using full stitches, use half stitches on the back ground…
    But should I do them in the direction of the top finished full stitch, or the bottom?

    1. LordLibidan

      Well, you have three choices! 😀
      1 – Stitch them in the same direction as the top stitch – This will make a kind of painterly appearance, but by doing this there will be ‘lines’ visible going from one corner to another. Not a big issue with something like this epic though.
      2 – Rows/columns of one direction then the other direction – All the advantages of the first, but instead breaks up the ‘lines’ created.
      3 – Stitch them in the same direction as the bottom stitch – Unlike the first option, this has an added benefit. It’ll give a slightly 3D look making the full stitches stand out more.
      I would personally go with option 3, but failing that option 2.

      1. Helena

        I think I’ll go with option 3..
        Should I use the two strands I’m using with the rest of the project?

  2. Kathryn

    Hi! I’m thinking of starting the Gen 1 pattern and just wondered if you knew where the middle point of the pattern is? I’ve tried to work it out myself but I’d like to make sure before I start. Thanks!

    1. LordLibidan

      On page 13 of 31 you’ll see two little arrows. One on the top and one on the left. These show you where the center point is. If you follow them down/across where they match up is the center!

  3. Cassidy


    I was looking into starting the gen 1 pattern, but I am unsure of what size Aida to get (and what count), as well as where to get cloth that large. Any advice?

    1. LordLibidan

      The size totally depends on the count. So that’s what you need to work out first.
      As for count, 14, 16 or 18 is the most common, with some people doing 22 as well. If you’re a very advanced cross stitcher and have great eyesight, you can go with 22 count, but most people won’t choose this option.
      I personally prefer to work on 16 count, but 14 is the most common out there.
      If you choose 14 count, I would get aida of 75cm x 120cm.
      As for where to find aida that large, we have a post dedicated to where to find super sized aida!

  4. Hollie Shaw

    In the pattern it says 18ct Aida, however in the paragraph at the top it says 14ct. Can you advise which I should be using. Thanks

    1. LordLibidan

      You can use either! The higher the count, the smaller the finished item will be. Most people work with 18 count, 16 count and 14 count. With 14 count classed as the “standard”.

  5. Yen Thompson

    What is the difference between the color patterns and the color extended patterns?

    1. LordLibidan

      The extended patterns have an additional border that ensures all pokemon are fully shown.