My friend Rene worked super hard and did this great Harry Pawtter cross-stitch from the pattern I designed! She didn’t include some of the yellow star spots. She has made a list of DMC color suggestions for anyone who is interested in making the pattern that I posted about here: Harry Pawtter Pattern.
Color suggestions (DMC color numbers):
414 Pusheen Grey
838 Pusheen Outline
3799 Pusheen Stripes
310 Text, etc.
550 Stars & Wand Sparks Purple
995 Stars & Wand Sparks Bright Blue
444 Scarf & Wand Sparks Yellow
844 Scarf Outline Super Dark Grey
816 Scarf & Wand Sparks Red
838 Broom Outline Dark Brown
433 Broom Fill Brown
728 Broom End Yellow
970 Wand Sparks Orange
956 Wand Sparks Hot Pink
907 Wand Sparks Bright Green
Thanks to Rene for her hard work and for kindly sharing her expertise and her creation!
Whew! I finally finished this one! This is Judy the Utie-rus. She has been on Portlandia and even scrubs hats! Here she is in cross-stitch form. I’m providing her with a 30 percent opacity grid, 80 percent, with grey background and white background in PDF and PNG formats. Right-click (or control-click) to download the PNG files. Follow the links for the PDF files. Feel free to download and print at whatever size is comfortable for your eyes. As always, please feel free to share any tips you might have and if you decide to make her I’d love to see pics! Yay! Thanks!
I thought I’d mix things up a bit and make something other than Pusheen, so I created this Butterfly Bearista Bear cross-stitch pattern. Like the other patterns, this is available in .png and .pdf formats. You can right-click (or control-click on a Mac) to download the .png files, and click on the links for the .pdf files. I’ve made them with No Grid, 30 Percent Grid and 80 Percent Grid, so hopefully you can find the one that works best for your eyes. You can blow them up and print them at any size you need. Let me know if you make this and if you have any suggestions for improvements! Thanks so much!
I got some helpful feedback and I’ve updated the pattern to include marks for boxes after every 10 boxes, and I have also listed the max size across and up/down. Also note that sometimes the PDFs don’t render the squares correctly in the web browser, so you’ll want to download them so the boxes line up. Here are the updated PDFs:
Meowloween with 10 Box Marks PDF 30%: PusheenHalloweenMods30
Meowloween with 10 Box Marks PDF 80%: PusheenHalloweenMods80
Hi! Someone in my Pusheen Group suggested a Halloween Pusheen cross-stitch, so I made this one with Pusheen as the pumpkin. I hope you all like it. I’ve included copies with no grid, 30% grid and 80% grid in both .png and .pdf forms. Let me know if you have any questions or if you find errors. I was staring at the x-marks so long I might have missed some! LOL. I’m ready for Halloween time! Yay! How about you?
***UPDATE!*** With some helpful feedback I’ve made some modifications to the pattern so it is easier to read. I added darker lines every 10 boxes, gave an overall count, and made different shapes for the colors that are hard to distinguish. I hope this helps. Keep me posted with feedback! Thank you!
Hello! I enjoyed making the Pusheen Computer Cross-Stitch so much, that I decided to try another one. This time I made Harry Pawtter. I’m including a version without the grid, with the grid at 30% opacity, and the grid at 80% opacity. You can find both .png and .pdf versions. Feel free to try it out, and if you make it, let me know! I’d love to see it!
*Note: For some reason the grid doesn’t seem to be rendering correctly in the web page for the PDFs (at least for me), but if you download and then view the PDF it should be lined up correctly.
I just made this Pusheen Computer cross-stitch pattern. Feel free to try it out if you like. You can click the image to enlarge and download, or click on the PDF at the bottom link on this post. (I recommend cropping the image with just the Pusheen, and then you can print it on an 8-1/2×11 paper in Landscape enlarged to the size of the paper.) If you end up making it, let me know. I’d love to see it! I imagine it would work well with 18 count cross-stitch fabric, because there are about 18 squares per inch on this image. However, I think you could do any size. It took me a lot of time to make this, and I hope there aren’t any mistakes, but if you find an issue, let me know. Thanks! Click this link for the PDF version: PusheenWithBoxes.
UPDATE: Below is an image with the grid on top. It makes it a little easier to count the X marks. Also, here is the PDF with the grid on top: PusheenWithBoxesOnTop.
Erin Scott (you can find her on Facebook at this link, and at her website here) has been working on making these awesomely supercute Pusheen characters for a while now. She has even more on her Facebook page. She makes them out of sculpey clay, and the designs are just beyond amazing! It is so hard to pick a favorite. Just when I think they can’t get cuter she posts one that breaks the cute scale! hahaha. I’m including a sampling of some of her work. Check her out!
UPDATE 7/23/18: I decided to make a little apron/skirt for my cactus!
UPDATE 7/22/18: I finished my first cactus! Now, it is kind of jacked up in places. I couldn’t really figure out how to make the pot for the cactus, so it is pretty bad, but it still works. I also added a yellow bow to my cactus. Definitely not as good as the artist’s example, but I still think she’s pretty fun and cute!
I got the pieces washed and dried and cut out. Now for the sewing! Yay!
This is the next project I’m working on. I thought it was so unbelievably cute that I had to try it out. I also kill almost all living plants, so I thought it would be good to have some plushie plants that I cannot kill. The fabric is available through spoonflower.com and you can get the low down on the whole project at this spoonflower blog link. I got the faux-suede fabric, because I wanted it to be soft and durable. The designer of this project is Na’ama Ben Moshe, and this is a link to her instagram where you can see so many of her great projects. I’m sure mine won’t come out perfect, but I’ll keep you all updated on my progress. Also, feel free to order your own fabric and let me know how yours turns out too!
This is kind of a weirdly cute sock monkey that I bought a few years ago from someone on Etsy. He’s got super long legs, a long tail, a fez hat, and red accents. I think I was going through a sock monkey phase at that time, because I also bought sheets for my bed with sock monkeys. LOL.