Friday, March 14, 2014

I Have Never Read The Mortal Instruments, But Here Is A Pattern From It!

Hello! To begin this post, I would like to state that I know very, very little about The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones. I haven't read the books or seen the movies, and, that being said, I will probably say something that irritates a lot of fans of the series. I don't know what it would be, but these things happen, so I wanted to post a disclaimer before I got too far.

Anyway, earlier this week, I posted a pattern and Tiki, of the lovely blog Tiki Stitches, commenting if I'd make one of the runes from The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones. I agreed to this, but really wasn't sure when I'd get it done, so I did not say anything very concrete about that part of it. Today, however, I have some reading to do for a class project, so the choice came down to my deciding if I would rather make the requested pattern or read John Smith's views on the colonization of the New World. Suddenly, making this pattern seemed very appealing!

I think that this pattern, of an angelic rune, is fairly small and not that complicated, so for anyone who wants to stitch it, it should go very quickly! The only issue that I can think of with it now is that I chose a gold embroidery floss for the suggested color, since I thought it would be cool if a rune looked like a treasure in an adventure movie. This is probably wrong, since my brief research makes it seem like these runes are magic tattoos more than treasure things, though this may also be an incorrect assumption. Luckily, the pattern is only one color, so you can pretty much do whatever you want with it, no matter what weirdo choice I've made. Keeping that in mind, I hope that you guys like this pattern.

With that posted, I actually do have a WIP photo today, of a cross stitch that I'm working on! I'm using the pattern of Kyubey from Madoka Magica that I made when I went on the mascot character pattern making spree, and it's going really quickly. I got a wooden hoop for it at Jo-Ann's today, partially because the 11-count Aida was wadding up like crazy and partially because I thought it would be nice to have a character like this in a lovely country sampler type of frame. Either way, I'm really enjoying stitching this project!
I'm done for today, but I actually still have quite a few patterns to post, so I'll be back again soon! As always, I have sprite patterns to post, and as for giant monochrome patterns, I have at least one more Lego Movie pattern, as well as a super-cool Pacific Rim one that I just found in my pattern backup folder! Until my next post, I hope you guys have a good rest of your Fridays and do well with your crafts!

14 comments:

  1. I like your stitching :)
    I want to read the Mortal Instruments Series!

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    1. You're welcome! I hope stitching it goes well for you!

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  3. Plz make a fantastic four comic stitch my friend loves your stiching patterns its also his birthday plz make them for me to make and give to him

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    1. Okay, sure! I've been working on some sprite patterns of my party from Marvel: Avengers Alliance, so I have Invisible Woman done already. When do you need this by?

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    2. Two weeks thank u very much

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  4. Are you making a peter capaldi as the doctor anytime

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  5. The fantastic four they are sprite patterns im just wondering

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    1. Yes, they would be, and I am going to make Peter Capaldi as the Doctor, too. Did you also ask about Watchmen? That comment disappeared. :S

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  6. Well yes I have a list of thing im not wanting u to over welled would u like to here my list

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    1. Sure! If you'd like more space, my e-mail is allisonpbates(at)gmail.com

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  7. No thanks but thanks
    Heres the list
    Justice league original and new 52
    guardians of the galaxy film
    x-men
    doctor strange
    Teen titans
    justice league dark new 52
    justice league america new 52 comic

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  8. My twitter is dccomics94@gmail.com I support u and made my own patterns from u I also followed u

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