Sprite Stitch Best Bits – February ’17


Sprite Stitch Best Bits

A lot of games are brought forward by the use of quest items, such as letters. FreudianStitch takes this to heart by recreating one of his favorite quest letters from Elder Scrolls. Using a tea-stained aida, a mistake in dying resulted in scorch marks on the piece, creating a fantastic aged effect.

“It’s a me! A Mario!” Just look at the faces of the Super Mario Brothers stitch by tyrannorus from Superstar Saga, they look so cheeky.

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the original Pokemon games, this Mew stitch has all the classic gameboy sprites with a flair of school playground myth. By Lord Libidan.

To wrap up our best bits, this month our challenge is video game posters. This Pokemon themed stitch by rbaron is just one example.

See you next month!


Lord Libidan
Born to British Aristocracy, the man now known as Lord Libidan discovered the art of cross stitch while in a Buddhist monastery high in the Himalayan mountains. After meditating on the craft for years, he emerged from his retreat ready to challenge the prevailing paradigm and elevate embroidery to new levels. Focusing his talents on video game and pop culture cross stitches, he produces work that pushes as the boundaries of the form.
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