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Thursday, January 21, 2016

Mr. Rogers cross stitch pattern

Be the kind of person Mister Rogers always knew you could be- cross stitch pattern

So I was thinking about Mister Rogers lessons of kindness and encouragement to be yourself, and decided this would make a good cross stitch design. I did the design, made my computer stitched version (I haven't stitched it yet in real life) and posted that version to my Facebook page. A lot of people liked it.

Here's the pattern for that- it stitches up to 9 inches wide and 7 inches tall on 14 count, takes only 4 colors of thread, and can be framed in a standard 8x10 frame. Click for a larger version, print on landscape mode.
Be the kind of person Mister Rogers always knew you could be- cross stitch pattern

My son saw me working on it, and suggested I do a Steve Rogers (Captain America) version, TG saw it, and gave it her approval. I didn't change the text, but added a bit of stars and stripes and a captain insignia. 
Be the kind of person Mister Rogers always knew you could be- cross stitch pattern (Captain America)

Here's the digitally stitched version of that one. 
Be the kind of person Mister Rogers always knew you could be- cross stitch pattern (Captain America)


1 comment:

  1. I know the kids are too young to actually remember Mr. Rogers but I'm old enough.I love the hearts with the trees and shrubs below, reminiscent of the side of his neighborhood. Thanks for your GREAT blog!!

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