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Wednesday, January 14, 2009

video gamers grow up, stitch game screens

There is a not so small movement among young stitchers, to stitch the coarse pixilated graphics of the video games of their youth in cross stitch or needlepoint. The stitches often represent one pixel from the original screen graphics of the games. Here is a large "map" from a video game called Zelda:

We think its fun, and a good source of projects for your video gaming family members.

As seen on the Sprite Stitch Board via BoingBoing.com.

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