Togepi - Pokemon cross stitch design
|Colour||Used in these areas:||DMC Number||Anchor Number|
|Grey||Shadow on shell||453||231|
|Red||Shapes on shell, inside mouth||318||339|
|Blue||Shape on shell||597||1064|
|Brown||Shape on bottom of foot||371||854|
|Yellow||Main body colour||739||885|
|Dark yellow||Shadows on body||3819||278|
This design was drawn originally with Anchor colours in my program. Use anchor threads to get the closest match. I used a conversion chart to get the DMC numbers.
Please let me know if any colours are off and I will amend them in the chart.
Togepi is defiantly in the top ten of cutest Pokemon so I just had to draw a cross stitch design for it.
Beware if you see one in a level 5 baby battle game though I have seen them pull off some incredible moves with metronome. In one game the tiny Togepi pulled off Roar of Time then Spacial Rend with Metronome taking out two of my team. My opponent reminds me of this when we battle.
For more Pokemon cross stitch designs here are some links:
Togepi and other Pokemon are property of Nintendo and Game Freak, this is a Fan art picture to share with other Pokemon fans.
For the Pokemon official website heres a link: http://www.pokemon.com
For the Buzy Bobbins Index page Click here.
I am currently doing the Togepi and for some reason the DMC NUMBER 3819 is saying that it's light moss green. Is that still correct?ReplyDelete
Hi there, Thank you for letting mw know you are doing this chart. I used a conversion chart to get the DMC threads from the Anchor colours I originally drew in. However now you mention it the DMC colour looks more green than the Anchor colourDelete
This is the usual conversion chart I use which recommended 3819
The chart at cyberstitchers also recomends DMC 3819 or 165 which is also a little bit green.
So I had to have a look by eye at the colours and DMC 3822 seems to look more like the Anchor colour in the chart.
Do you think this one will be more suitable? If so I shall change the colour in the post.
Please feel free to pop a link to your finished work if you ever post it online. I'd love to see your wonderful stitching.