Trek Made Me Gay: funny subversive queer cross stitch PDF pattern (Star Trek parody - instant download) Live Long and Prosper Vulcan Salute
Star Trek has always been queer.
It has always pushed the envelope of progressive ideas and representation, so it's not surprising that so many people can trace their earliest inklings of their queer identities back to experiences with Star Trek. As with any mainstream media, the property sometimes shines and sometimes falters at representation, but on the whole its work has helped many people feel seen.
This pattern tongue-in-cheekly (cheekily?) celebrates that history of representation and progress. It would make a great present for that queer trekkie in your life.
Live Loud and Prosper, friends.
Sample stitch is shown on 16ct aida in a 6" hoop Special thanks to Katie for completing the sample stitch.
Formats: ZIP file containing 2 PDFs:
- 1pg color+symbols
- 1pg symbols-only with contrasting backstitch guide
Size: 48x83 stitches (see images for sizing on different fabric counts)
Stitches used: full X, backstitch only
Colors: 7 DMC colors, no specialty threads
Difficulty: ⚫⚪⚪⚪⚪ Beginner
If you need help handling any of the stitches used in this pattern, check out my youtube tutorials.
See graphic for finish sizing at different aida counts
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