Eevee - Pokemon cross stitch design
|Colour||Used in these areas:||DMC Number||Anchor Number|
|Black||Outlines, inner ear, eyes||310||403|
|Light Brown||Main body colour||422||943|
|Brown||Shading on main body||3828||373|
|Dark brown||Brown inside eye, and inner ears||829||906|
|Light Cream||Ruff around neck and end of tail||712||926|
|Cream||End of tail||Ecru||387|
|Dark cream||Shading on ruff around neck||613||956|
This design was drawn originally with Anchor colours in my cross stitch design program. Use Anchor threads to get the closest match to the picture. 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.
Here is a cross stitch design of the super adorable Pokemon Eevee. I must admit that this is one of my favourites. Although its stats are quite poor in this form (meaning for competitive battling it is much better to evolve your Eevee) it does fair very well in baby battles.
Baby battles are for unevolved Pokemon (Pokemon without an evolution are not eligible) at level 5 meaning most Pokemon for baby battles need to be specially bred to hatch with moves or rely heavily on TMs. One of Eevees advantages in such a battle is its ability Adaptability which boosts the power of its Normal type moves. Considering this is an arena where every single hit point counts this is very useful.
However the last time I did any serious baby battles was in the Pokemon Stadium 2 game. I do hope this gets brought back somehow as a viable battle variant because it does have many different sets of tactics and Pokemon which may not be seen in regular battles due to their lack of power.
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