Cross stitch patter of Baby Yoda meeting Stitch. My patron, Sarah B, requested this one. Head over to my Patreon if you want a custom pattern of your own and download the PDF and PNG versions while you’re there.
Grid Size: 100W x 56H
Design Area: 7.00″ x 3.86″ (98 x 54 stitches)
My Patron, Sarah B, is an ancient water spirit who lives in an oasis in the middle of a vast desert. The oasis used to be much bigger, but Sarah still works hard to protect those plants that still thrive there.
I love Lilo and Stitch. There are a lot of movies that just don’t hold up when you watch them as an adult, but Lilo and Stitch is not one of them. They did a good job of anchoring the comedic action in a very real setting. It touches on adult fears of losing out on a life you could have lived and the things you give up for family. Watching it again, Lilo’s relatable quirks and troubles fitting in, become all too clear signs of a child who needs help and stability in her life. I love how Stitch isn’t just an annoying troublemaker character just there for laughs. He has a solid part to play in the emotional plot, and the ending could have easily been much much sadder without him.