WOW! I am in awe of your skill, and squeeled in Star Trek geek-love. Where did you get the amazing pattern?
I actually bought a program called Stitch 2008, which converts pictures into counted cross stitch patterns. Its a little pricey but I'm quite content with the outcome
I have two teenagers that would absolutely love your work! I Third the hanging though, make or purchase a modern yet Treky style frame (thinking a mat silver) with a black matting.
As a kid being the only daughter with 3 brothers I think I have watched every Star Trek show-how could I not like your cross stitch art?
ps, you should have put a tribble in Kirks arms! lol
Ohh! I want to learn to crochet JUST so I can make a tribble some day
And I totally know the feeling, when I was little my father sat me down and had me watch Twilight Zone, Star Trek and Star Wars
Was the original pattern something you purchased or ...how did you get the image on the fabric to use as your pattern?
I used a program named stitch 2008 to convert the picture to a counted cross stitch, which doesn't have the image printed on the fabric
I could never get the printed cross stitches right
I absolutely LOVE Spock and Star Trek! It would be so great if I could find the pattern somewhere! Pleeeeeeeese share your secret!!! Huggles and kissies?
If you really want the pattern, you first have to download a trial version of Stitch 2008, and then I can email you my pattern and you can open it in your trial and print it. You just can't change anything about the pattern itself.
If you don't want to go through the trouble, a very kind person on DeviantArt made Star Trek TOS patterns here : http://black-lupin.deviantart.com/art/Star-Trek-TOS-Cross-Stitch-134307978
Thank you everyone for the kind comments
I ended up making it into a pillow (although the silver and black frame would have been nifty) and it can be found here : http://coincollect408.deviantart.com/art/Star-Trek-Pillow-149628265