Sunday, 15 November 2020

Animal Crossing SAL: Frame

 It's time for us to pack our bags and set off for the deserted island of Animal Crossing!

And the frame IS your island!



You can get the pattern for free here:

Black and White

Colour


The instalments will start arriving on your island on Jan 15th 2021, and will arrive on the 15th of each month.


These stitchalongs are released for free, and have been designed as a homage to the original works. All rights remain with their respective owners. People have asked me how they could show some appreciation for the time/effort involved, for which I have set up a ko-fi account. This is entirely voluntary, and much appreciated.

13 comments:

  1. Somehow I missing the stitch count! Help please and thank you!! 😊

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    1. The stitch count for each colour in the whole project is included in the floss list within the briefing doc (a couple of posts back)

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  2. Hi! I was wondering if there is any "interaction" between frame and installments. Explaining my point: if I want to move the pier or peninsula or add rocks on beaches (so it looks more like my in-game island) is it fine ? Or does the bottom right spot (for instance) absolutely need to be next to peninsula to "make sense" ? hope my question is understandable ^^'

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    1. no active interaction. I did try to put some of the characters near to items relative to them, but nothing that is going to break the bank

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  3. How do we sign up to get notified of a new pattern or do we have to just remember to check your page?

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    1. I don't have a mailing list, but I do have announcements on the facebook group.

      Failing that, RSS feed notifications for the blog if you know how to work them. Otherwise, remember that 1st of month is Magic Kingdom, 15th of month is Animal Crossing

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  4. Hey! am I missing somewhere, where it says the size of aida we need? I I know you have the stitch count for each individual stitches but do you have the size of the entire piece.

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    1. The briefing doc that has the floss list also has the fabric sizes. I just put the stitched area of fabric for each type of fabric, as different people like different allowances around the design to work with. So add either 4 or 6 inches to those depending on your preference

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    2. thanks!

      would it look horrible on white, cant seem to get my hands on any blue that isn't going to take a long time to get here

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    3. Not horrible, but there would be some points you’d need to add some backstitching so things don’t merge

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