Hello! Last night, I posted a giant pile of photos of sprites I'd stitched, with over 20 of them finally being included, in case you're curious about all of that. For today, however, I have five new cross stitch sprite patterns for you guys, with all of them taken from reader requests. Before I actually post these charts, I have to warn you that my method for choosing which requests got done today were not very technical at all. When I get a request, I write it down in a Chococat notebook, and then, months later, I remember the notebook exists and go through and make four or five of them just so I can cross them out and pretend that I've made some progress! Today's five patterns are largely a result of this pattern making methodology, so here they are!
The first pattern for today is of a character named Aela from Skyrim, which I know very little about. I've heard so many lovely and glittering reviews for it that I feel like actually playing it would either be a wild disappointment or destroy my productivity, neither of which I'd be very excited about. Doing patterns of characters with really detailed outfits is fun, though, and I like how this came out. It was interesting to try and do a lot on a girl's sprite that was armor rather than frills, and though I'm not sure it's as cool as my She-Ra pattern ended up being, I hope that you guys like her.
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