The Lego Batman Movie is only days away from its theatrical debut and one of the world’s greatest superheroes is back in action. This time, he’s searching for a dangerous Gotham City criminal who is at large and has been known to follow a pattern... Perhaps, a cross stitch pattern. All kidding aside, the new film is highly anticipated and we wanted to share in our excitement by creating Lego Batman themed cross stitch patterns of all the main characters. This classic craft has stayed popular through the decades, and many different types of people love to create art with just some embroidery thread and fabric! Click the pattern that you like, print it out as reference, and start counting those stitches!
- Cross stitch fabric
- Embroidery hoop
- DMC embroidery thread in colors of your choice
1. Batman Cross Stitch Pattern
"No, Bruce Wayne lives in Batman's attic."
2. Robin Cross Stitch Pattern
"It’s the Batcave! Oh my gosh, oh my gosh, oh my gosh, oh my gosh, oh my gosh, oh my gosh, oh my gosh, oh my gosh..!"
3. Harley Quinn Cross Stitch Pattern
“No one’s got a smile like you, Mr. J!”
4. The Joker Cross Stitch Pattern
"Hey Batman! I'm rubbing my butt all over your stuff! Gonna have to rename this the Buttmobile."
5. Batgirl Cross Stitch Pattern
"It’s my dream for the police force to team up with Batman! Wouldn’t that be better?!"
6. Two-Face Cross Stitch Pattern
"This city needs a strong, decisive leader... or maybe not."
7. Alfred Cross Stitch Pattern
"Sir, I have seen you go through similar phases in 2016 and 2012 and 2008 and 2005 and 1997 and 1995 and 1992 and 1989 and that weird one in 1966."
Promise us that if you complete any of these projects, you'll send us a picture! We'd love to see them. You could sew your work as patches on a jean vest, you could create a pouch for all your Lego video games to fit into, or you could just trim up the fabric around and hang the embroidery hoops on your wall as art! There are so many options for these Lego patterns. Also, bonus points if you send us a picture of you creating these crafts while wearing a Batman costume. Please, make this happen.
Design Credit: Abby Bartels