As I’ve decided not to start big projects until next year (this resolution does not stop me from bying more and more stuff for my stash though), the last weeks of 2015 will be marked with several small finishes.
Today it’s the Kawaii Vault dweller – nice, small, and very S.P.E.C.I.A.L
Great stitching of my Vault Boy pattern made by Pixel, Ponto e Cruz (Instagram @pixelpontoecruz).
Just for the fun of it – a gif showing how the Vault dwellers wedding project was made 🙂
Hey, Fallout fans out there! How do you like this one? For me this is by far the best Fallout pattern I’ve made. Just look at this cute Deathclaw! 🙂
Fallout Vault boy and monsters cross stitch pattern (You cannot fast travel when enemies are nearby)
The pattern can be purchased from Etsy. Enjoy!
Today is the day when I can finally tell you, that I did it! The Fallout wedding project is finished, framed and ready to go to it’s new owners. And right now I have some very mixed feelings about it.
But first things first, here’s a photo:
As you probably remember, I stitched this for my half-sister, who’s wedding is coming up this Saturday. It is a custom project, I made the pattern, chose the canvas, stitched it and was oh-so-very proud of myself. But then I had to get it framed, and as it is a present, moreover – a wedding present – I decided that I would not do it myself and would rather pay professionals to do it properly.
I got my stitching back yesterday, and was even more happy right until I unpacked it. The first photo was tweaked a bit, and here is the original. Can you see the problem here? Continue reading
Today’s freebie is the logo of the Fallout video game series. And it is here not only beacause I felt like doing it, but because of the great update with several Fallout patterns that is going to come soon to my Etsy patterns shop!
Yes, I admit that Fallout is one of my favourite video games. What about you?
Fallout logo free cross stitch pattern
Pattern size: 98w X 36h Stitches on Aida #14 (approx 17.78w X 6.53h cm)
At this point I feel almost like a marathon runner. I never actually ran a marathon, but I imagine that at the end all athletes feel like “Come on, myself, hang on just a little bit longer…” That’s exactly my point in this Fallout project 🙂 As for now it looks like this:
As you can see, the boy and girl are fully stitched, as is the date and the names of bride (my half-sister, in case anybody forgot) and the groom. There is only one thing left to stitch, and that is the line “Love never changes” underneath the couple.