Wednesday 29 October 2014

The Ice King - Adventure Time cross stitch design

The Ice King - Adventure Time cross stitch design

Colour Used in these areas: DMC Number Anchor Number
Black Outlines 310

Light blue Skin 3756

Mid Blue Clothing
Dark blue Inside mouth, inside sleeve 336

Yellow Crown 444

Bright Red Gems on crown
White Beard, teeth and eyebrows 5200


This is a Cross stitch design of the Ice King from Adventure time.

I find the Ice King a facinating character. In each episode we find out more and more about him which turns him from an icompitent villian into a sympathetic character.
*spoiler alert read at your own risk*
When we first see the Ice King in season 1 of Adventure time he is simply a bumbling Villain who Finn and Jake end up defeating on a regular basis. They never do away with him perminatly (this show is for a young audience I doubt they would kill him) but they could lock him up or send him far away. I suppose he wouldn't listen if he was banished and come back anyway.

At this point if there was no character development for the Ice King we would most likely see him fall out of use in the series or suffer villian decay (just like Jessie, James and Meowth in the Pokemon series) where the villian is no longer scary or does not even pose any threat because they have been defeated so many times by the heroes of the cast.

For more information on the ice king check out the wiki page here:

For more Adventure time Cross stitch here are some links:
Adventure Time Cross stitch designs 
Adventure time with Finn and Jake - Fist bump
Beemo dancing
Adventure time with Fionna and Cake
Marceline the Vampire Queen playing Bass
Finn and Lady Rainicorn
Flame Princess (cute)
Princess Bubblegum at 13 years old
Wildberry Princess
Lumpy Space Princess


  1. Can I know how big is the dimension?

    1. Hi there this design is 120 stitches wide and 102 stitches tall

      If stitched on 14 count aida this will be 8 and a half inches wide and 7 and a quarter inches tall.

      If you need the calculations for any other fabric size may I recommend the calculator from yarntree found here:


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