Gameboy Color Micro Console Cross Stitch by Lord Libidan

Gameboy Color Cross Stitch by Lord Libidan
Gameboy Color Cross Stitch by Lord Libidan

Title: Gameboy Color Micro Console
Date Completed: June 2018
Design: Lord Libidan
Count: 14
Canvas: Plastic
Colors: 8
Game: Nintendo Gameboy, Pokemon Red, Pokemon Blue, Pokemon Yellow, Harvest Moon
I had this project on the back burner since my Nintendo N64 Micro Console Cross Stitch back in June of 2017. At that time I’ve been working on my largest ever project but also stitching some secret projects. By now I can say that I create cross stitch patterns for the Xstitch Mag, which has taken up some time, but also two books, and a third and fourth book proposal, which I can say a little more about in the coming weeks. However, with the newest Xstitch Mag project done, it was announced that the next issue was going to be a ‘mixtape’ issue. In short, this meant I could stitch anything I wanted, so long as it fits in the mag. I threw this idea back in the mix along with a Micro Cassette Keychain Cross Stitch.
My initial idea was to copy the size requirements of the micro Nintendo N64 console I stitched, but make a classic Gameboy. Whilst I did go onto make a Classic Gameboy Micro Console Cross Stitch as part of the project, I initially shelved the idea, instead of going for a Gameboy Color, as it looked a little more interesting.
Picking the launch color, lime green, I created a micro Gameboy color, with a slot at the back for games to go in and out. In addition I created a cartridge of Harvest Moon 2 (my favorite Gameboy game) and Pokemon Blue, Pokemon Red and Pokemon Yellow.
This project grew in size and before I submitted the idea to the Xstitch Mag, I had created the classic Gameboy, Gameboy Advance, Nintendo DS and the Nintendo Switch, all in microform.

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  1. Ellie

    I must know how to make this, are there any posts describing it? (I just found the site, it’s amazing)

    1. LordLibidan

      No, but its pretty simple. Its made from three seperate plastic canvas sheets. One has the front stitched on, one has the back stitched on, and the middle is blank. You then place all three on top of each other and stitch them together around the edges.