Sprite Stitch Best Bits – Jan ’15


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.

Sprite Stitch Best Bits


lordhelix by hornypig

This month we’re celebrating the slightly out of the way games immortalised in stitch. And what better way than a Twitch Plays Pokemon reference by hornypig?

japanese metroid by stitchmond

Metroid, whilst having a major cult following in the West, is a Japanese title, so what better way to show your love than with a Japanese cut out like this one by stitchmond

casino kid by Sardonyx

But if that’s not your thing, how about the old school NES title Casino Kid, which has an iconic screenshot used by movies and cartoons alike for years? Looking at you Simpsons. Nicely stitched on 28 count by Sardonyx 

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How To Cross Stitch - photo credit Stacy Grant

dragon warrior by ainobethie

But with Valentines day around the corner, how about an anniversary gift? It was only two years late… The Dragon Warrior husband by ainobethie

See you next month!

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