I recently finished the last piece of Fallout 4 DLC, and with a pending 3-5 year wait until the next one I thought I would round up the last of Fallout until then with 5 Fallout cross stitches to tide you over until Fallout 5.
Can you see that? I mean…wow. Just… wow. This amazing (and epic) piece was inspired by the Nuka Quantum of Fallout 3, using a fan made poster to create a great cross stitch.
All those years squired away in a soul-less, possibly dangerous vault. What else would there be to do than cross stitch classic samplers? This fantastic example combines a few simple stitches as well, making not only a fantastic cross stitch, but a fantastic bit of Fallout fan art.
This fantastic cross stitch is so good I’ve even used it before in my post Clever tricks to make cross stitch patterns pop. Its clever neon glow in the dark thread really brings the HUD of the pipboy, to showcase a VERY cleverly put together project.
And of course, where would I be without a killer Fallout piece by myself?
Title: Fallout 3 VATS Embroidery Date Completed: March 2013 Design: Lord Libyan Canvas: Photo Print Colours: 2 Video Game: Fallout 3
When I gave embroidery a try last year, it was a bit too simple for my liking. However, I got inspiration to try again after seeing a piece in the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. This is based upon the iconic VATS system in Fallout 3 and New Vegas.
Title: Hello My Name Is Gary Date Completed: March 2013 Design: Lord Libyan Count: 14 Canvas: Navy Colours: 3 Video Game: Fallout 3
This one was for another Sprite Stitch competition and was a welcome break to the epic project I’m currently working on. The brief was originally minimalism, but it kind of got out of hand. Its based upon a joke in Fallout 3 where a vault is filled with clones all named Gary.
Title: Fallout – Vault Boy Date Completed: February 2011 Design: Lord Libidan Count: 14 Canvas: White Colours: 10 Video Game: Fallout 3 & Fallout: New Vegas
I love Fallout 3, and I had just finished New Vegas too, so wanted to do something fallout related, I’d seen a few vault boys around but none of them were good enough in my eyes, or whole, so I had to make my own pattern.
To find more contemporary and video game cross stitch, see my gallery, and if you want to have a go yourself you can find patterns and kits on my etsy store!