One more Fallout finish!

Vault dweller SPECIAL cross stitch project

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

Vault dweller SPECIAL cross stitch project

Finished Skyrim logo and a Dishonored WIP

Skyrim logo on a pillow cross stitch

First of all I would like to share this beautiful stitching sent in by Kelsey. She used the Skyrim logo pattern to make a little pillow. And it also glows in the dark! 🙂

Skyrim logo on a pillow cross stitch

Pretty amazing, isn’t it?

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Another great rendition of the Vault Boy!

Vault boy free cross stitch pattern

Great stitching of my Vault Boy pattern made by Pixel, Ponto e Cruz (Instagram @pixelpontoecruz).
Amazing!

Fus Ro Dah free pattern

Fus Ro Dah free cross stitch pattern by Happy Stitch

It seems that I’m making more and more of video game designs, both for my shop and as freebies. And then agian, why not? I sure hope that you enjoy stitching them, dear readers 🙂 Today’s freebie is the battle cry in dragon language from Elder Scrolls Skyrim, the Fus Ro Dah.

Fus Ro Dah free cross stitch pattern

Pattern size: 111 x 20 stitches
Size(s) on different canvas:
14 Count, 20.14 X 3.63 cm (could make a bookmark?)
18 Count, 15.66 X 2.82 cm

Fus Ro Dah free cross stitch pattern by Happy Stitch

 

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Skyrim Dovahkiin helmet free pattern

Skyrim halmet free cross stitch pattern

Today’ freebie is a stylization of the iconic Dovahkiin helmet: a nice and easy pattern for Elder Scrolls Skyrim fans that you can use to make small souvenirs.

The pattern is in black thread, but any color will do!

Skyrim halmet free cross stitch pattern

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Wasted (GTA inspired) cross stitch pattern

Wasted (GTA inspired) cross stitch pattern

Hello dear readers, and sorry for being away for several days. September began swiftly and brought lots of different projects into my life, including a stitchy square for Stitching out Stigma, an ornament for Christmas ornament exchange, a job offer, and an unexpected journey (yup, I feel almost like a Hobbit. Legs, too :)). On top of that me and my husband are trying to sell the current apartament and buy a new one. But I am still here, and so are the usual freebies. If there are any GTA fans out there, they will definitely like it!

Wasted (GTA inspired) mini cross stitch pattern

A simple mini project, that can be stitched in a night with only three colors (two, if you skip the background). And what a powerful message! 🙂 Any GTA video game fan knows that line.

Wasted (GTA inspired) cross stitch pattern

! Download free Wasted (GTA inspired) cross stitch pattern

Enjoy your stitching!

Fallout Vault boy and monsters cross stitch pattern

Fallout Vault boy and monsters cross stitch pattern

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)

Fallout Vault boy and monsters cross stitch pattern

The pattern can be purchased from Etsy. Enjoy!

Fallout video game logo pattern

Fallout logo free cross stitch pattern

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)

Fallout logo free cross stitch pattern

WIP: Just one line of text left

Fallout Vault boy and girl - a wedding present

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:

Fallout Vault boy and girl - a wedding present

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.