We’re not afraid to post seriously epic stitches here on Lord Libidan, such as the highly anticipated epic pokemon cross stitch pattern, however when it comes to epic these following stitches blow the socks off any our patterns can.
Worlds Largest Published Cross Stitch Pattern
Less than 1 Epic Pokemon Patterns
Finished Size: 40″ x 80″ or 100cm x 200cm
Joanna Lopianowki-Roberts published the largest ever cross stitch pattern in 2011, which whilst being super massive as a pattern, was actually stitched. To give you some extra stats, it took over ten years to stitch with 2,872 hours put into the project. Despite that, its still only 90% of our Epic Pokemon cross stitch.
You can pick up a copy of the pattern (split into 34 different patterns for ease) over on Amazon.
Worlds Largest Cross Stitch By A Single Person
1.6 Epic Pokemon Patterns
Size: 871w x 1276h
Finished Size: 194cm x 134cm
However, Peter Volna from the Slovak Republic takes the title of largest cross stitch by a single person, with a replica of part of The Last Supper by da Vinvi. It also took ten years, but we also know it has over 48 kilometers of thread in it!
Worlds Largest Cross Stitch
More than 11 Epic Pokemon Patterns
Size: 4304w x 1835h
Finished Size: 920cm x 405cm
Yeh, lets get serious for a second here. The worlds largest cross stitch. It was stitched by a group of people in Poland, seperated into 50 sections, each stitched together to make one awesome stitch. Without the thread stitching the sections together, it has over 150 kilometers of embrodiery thread in it.
Worlds Largest Embroidery Display
More than 140 Epic Pokemon Patterns
However, if we want to talk big, we need to look at the worlds largest embroidery display. These are seperate peices displayed together, but there are 1170 of them. Each cross stitch itself was made up of 82,000 stitches, meaning it was over 140 times larger that our epic Pokemon cross stitch pattern.
It was created by the Trichy Innovative Ladies’ United Needlework Association in India to raise money for charity and is still growing as more and more panels are stitched.
If you’re still wanting to stitch an epic cross stitch of your own, how about one of our smaller epic Pokemon stitches?