Free Pokemon Cross Stitch Pattern

Oh, the Pokemon goodness!
This free epic pokemon cross stitch pattern has been created using generation 2 sprites, but it only contains the original 151 Pokemon. It was actually made by the Pokemon company too.

free epic pokemon cross stitch pattern

Stitch Count: 414w x 394h
Finished Size: 30″ x 28″ or 75cm x 71cm (14ct)
Number of colors: 94 (DMC)

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Pokemon Cross Stitch by 42kayla (source: twitter.com)

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43 thoughts on “Free Pokemon Cross Stitch Pattern

  1. I’m finally kitted up for this project! I only wish the pattern was compatible with Pattern Keeper 🙁

  2. I know its a older pattern. However, I can not believe that in the directions it said to tie a knot. Gasp, in all my 40 years of stitching you never ever tie a knot.

    1. I know, right? It makes me laugh every time.
      It was created on KGchart when it was a fairly new program and it had some odd translations in it (it was originally in Korean)

  3. I see in the color selection that at the bottom of the second column there is a number there that has a number over top of it. A bit confusing as I dont know what number goes with what color and such. Can someone tell me what its suppose to be? (The is for the 151 pokemon)

    1. Oh, sorry about that! The last three are:
      775 (721 ct)
      453 (1490 ct)
      762 (1254 ct)
      The number on top of them is the page number.
      Hope that helps! 😀

  4. This is my finished project! It tickles me to see this picture reposted around the internet 🙂
    Thanks for adding it to your website!

    1. Hi, My husband would love this cross stitch. I would love to get it him for christmas. Could you tell me where I can get this from. It’s just amazing.

      1. Hi there,
        We just supply the pattern. You’d have to stitch it up yourself if you wanted to give it as a gift. But just be aware; it can take people up to a year or more to stitch it.

  5. Lord Libidan,

    I have created a worksheet pdf of the stitch counts, totals and how many skeins to use for a few sized of aida cloth. Would you like a copy of it?

  6. The site above says the pattern is 75×71 cm finished, but the printed pattern states 150.22×142.96. Which is correct?

    1. Stitch Count: 414w x 394h
      Finished Size: 30″ x 28″ or 75cm x 71cm (14ct)

      There was a problem with the file when exporting that’s still not fixable. The size is 100% 75cm by 71cm

  7. I learned a good lesson, don’t say you have pokemon patterns to a diehard fan. Is there a link to the epic generations pattern individually? I printed off the epic first generation and they are very happy. Any help would be great.

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