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Minecraft Mini Cross Stitch Block Pattern Series: Part 1 – Axolotl

While making my Minecraft block cross stitch patterns I had the idea to also turn these cross stitch blocks into 3D cubes like my Minecraft crochet corner to corner 3D blocks. The first of these I have completed is definitely one of my favourites – a Minecraft Axolotl block.

Keep an eye out for more Minecraft cross stitch cubes over the next few weeks.

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Minecraft Mini Cross Stitch Block Series: Part 1 – Axolotl

Materials:

  • Embroidery thread (Colours I used are shown on the pattern):
    • Black.
    • 3 shades of pink.
  • Embroidery Needle.
  • Toy stuffing or foam cube.
  • White Embroidery fabric (you can choose any colour you prefer).
    • 28 count Evenweave or 14 count Aida.

Finished Size:

  • 3x3x3cm.

Minecraft Mini Cross Stitch Block Series: Part 1 – Axolotl, Pattern

  • When cross stitching the cube sides, make sure to leave at least a 4cm gap between each of the sides for cutting out later on.
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Minecraft Mini Cross Stitch Block Series: Part 1 – Axolotl, Assembly

  • Once you have completed your 6 cube sides, cut out the cubes leaving a 2cm gap around the edge of the sides.
  • Take 2 of the sides and sew to join using 2 strands of light pink embroidery thread and by completing a whip stitch into each of the backstitches down the side edges of the two sides.
  • Complete with the remaining sides leaving one side unsewn, place in your stuffing and finish closing the gap. If you want to use a solid piece of foam instead of stuffing insert the foam before joining the last side piece.

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