Thanks for sharing, Kirsten.
This is one of my favorite Pokemon characters, Snorlax. It's funny and would make a cute little cross stitch. These pixel sprites make really good patterns when you know what you're doing. :]
If you clean up your .gif images, (filling transparent backgrounds with white, etc) you can really get a good, crisp cross stitch pattern! Smaller .gifs work best, pixel-for-stitch!
Credit goes to Nintendo for their material.
red hair girl and flowers and beautiful and colorful birds
This is another wild growing flower I shot in the woods. It has three very large leaves and a bloom the size of a half dollar. I took a clip of the bloom to help bring it out in a pattern. This came out very color true to the original bloom.Thanks again Rosemary.
Another design based off of a Microsoft Paint picture. Personally, for the fire, the dark gray at the mouth side of the flame should be a red, not dark gray. When I stitch this up, that's how I'm gonna do it. Heck, I might even add some orange in it as well. This would be a fun decoration for something (bag, pillow, apron, whatever) using waste canvas . . . hmmm . . .I'm not sure why the program left out the red/orange in the flame. Hmmmm, you guys keep finding strange bugs in the program, I gotta figure out how to fix them... In the meantime, enjoy your stitching, and thanks for the neat pattern.
This is one of my Mom's peonies. It looks great as a pattern. I would leave off the spotted edge that the program gave it.I agree Rosemary. I think the spotted edge comes from she way google resizes the photos, but I'm not sure how to fix it or prevent it from happening, so for now just leave it off when you stitch. Other than that the peony looks great, thanks for sharing!