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Night Vale Cross Stitch, Finally!

Hello Stitchers! I have some special charts for you today. I have been working on these Welcome to Night Vale cross stitch charts on and off for six months, and I have been dieing to share them. It was not till the other day that I realized it had been four months since I made a blog post! It has been a long and crazy four months: I re-injured my shoulder (don’t wrestle drunk bike messengers kids), my roommate is still pretty sick but is at the Mayo Clinic right now getting the “Dr. House” work up , and I got to scratch “Have dog with mohawk” scratched off my bucket list.
(Sir Murphy Loves it)

Thankfully things are starting to calm a bit and I can get back to charting nerdy things on a more frequent basis.

I have quite a few Night Vale charts for you today, and tried to make patterns for all level of stitcher. To save space I had to shrink some of the images, so hopefully you get a good idea of how they might look. I also added some technique info and “just marks” versions of most patterns for those of you who like to adjust colors, or just don’t like having the colors filled in. Most patterns are also multi-paged, to make them easier to ready without having to enlarge them from a single PDF page.

As always please contact me with any questions, comments, offerings of chocolate, broken links, pattern issues, pictures of puppies, or pics of your creations (my favorite).



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On many of the patterns I have the script “empty”, or as “background”. I have a very good reason for this, so I made up this sample of several ways to tackle lettering. You can use these techniques to personalize my patterns or to help you tackle letters surrounded by stitching on any patterns you create.

Back stitch samples

My favorite way for dealing with script on a solid stitched background is #1 and #7, back stitching around the “empty” background fabric.

I find #1 to be cleaner and easier to read than just stitching in the number flat, like #5, #10, and #(1)3.

#1 and #7 give greater depth, texture, and clarity than no back stitch on an empty background like in #(1)1 or the muddyness of cross and back stitching in the same color like #3, #8, and #1(3).

I also find that having back stitching in a color contrasting neighboring stitches like #1,#4,#6,#7,#9, or#(1)2, make the symbols much easier to read than having similar colors like #2,#8, or #11.

If you are using a large fabric or grid to work on, like monks cloth, the back stitching might not have as great a visual impact on any kind of script or numerals you might use, so these samples might not hold as much weight for you. As always, make some samples first to see if your thread count or back stitching technique need adjusting.

Fancy Welcome Fancy Welcome

Fancy Welcome
Fancy Welcome -Marks

Fancy Welcome Large
Fancy Welcome Large -Marks

Fancy Glow Cloud Fancy All Hail

Fancy All Hail
Fancy All Hail -Marks

Fancy All Hail Large
Fancy All Hail Large -Marks

Stitched Fancy Dog Park Fancy Dog Park

Fancy Dog Park
Fancy Dog Park -Marks

Wheat FreeWheat Free
Wheat Free

Death SamplerDeath Sampler

Death Sampler Complex
Death Sampler Complex -Marks

Death Sampler
Death Sampler -Marks

Death Sampler Simple
Death Sampler Simple -Marks

Large Welcome DescribeQuotes Large

Welcome Large
Welcome Large -Marks

Describe Yourself Large
Describe Yourself Large -Marks

Two Large ConfusedConfused Quote Large

Confused Cloud Large
Confused Cloud Large -Marks

Confused Words and Eyes Large
Confused Words and Eyes Large -Marks

WordsGuns Large GunsGun Quote Large

Guns Words and Eyes
Guns Words and Eyes -Marks

Guns Large
Guns Large -Marks

Words Dog Large DogDog Park Quote Large

Dog Park Words and Eyes
Dog Park Words and Eyes -Mark

Dog Park Large
Dog Park Large -Marks

Wtnv 3 collageQuote Collage

White Letters On Black
White Letters On Black -Marks

White Letters on Purple
White Letters on Purple -Marks

Just Words
Just Words -Marks

SM Welcome Dog PrkQuotes Small

Welcome Small
Welcome Small -Marks

Dog Park Small
Dog Park Small -Marks

SM Guns ConfusedQuotes Small

Guns Small
Guns Small -Marks

Confused Small
Confused Small -Marks

WTNV BackgroundsBackgrounds

Figures With Eyes
Figures With Eyes – Marks

Figures With Cloud Small
Figures With Cloud Small – Marks

Figures With Fence and Cloud
Figures With Fence and Cloud – Marks

Figures With Fence and Eyes
Figures With Fence and Eyes – Marks





Lisa says:

Know anyone that has WTNV crochet?

F.P. Molina says:

I only have colorwork crochet/knit charts for Night Vale. I’m not really aware of many 3D crochet patterns. I know there are a few floating around on Pintrest.

Rochelle Davis-Hull says:

Wow. Thank you for existing!

F.P. Molina says:

Awww, thank you for sharing this plain of existence!

Kei says:

I’m so excited to find this! You’re so generous to share =) THANK YOU!!

F.P. Molina says:

You are very welcome! Let me know how it turns out :)

Zoh says:

Wow, those are absolutely perfect! Thank you for sharing them, I might need to have a go at one or several of them. ^^

F.P. Molina says:

Thank you, I’m glad you enjoy them! Let me know how they turn out :)

Jana says:

I’m in love! What size Aida did you work the sampler on? I’m excited to get started!


F.P. Molina says:

I’m pretty sure it’s based on #16 Aida, it’s been awhile. I’m glad you like it! Let me know how it turns out :)

Jaded says:

There’s a mispelling of confused.

F.P. Molina says:

Ya, I’m dyslexic and sometimes that happens

Sabine says:

These patterns are amazing!!! Thank you so much for making them!! I’ve already completed one and am planning to do a few more. Once again thank you for making these and having them up for free I really appreciate it!

F.P. Molina says:

You are very welcome! I am glad that you like them. Let me know how they turn out, I love seeing them grow up :)

Sabine says:
I can’t seem to comment pictures sadly but I’ve recently completed another one of your patterns and wanted to share! If you search my blog for the tag nightvale hopefully both projects will show up! A million thanks from me for these patterns!

F.P. Molina says:

These are great! Thank you for sharing :)

Ashley says:

Thank you so much for this! My friend’s b’day is coming up and she’s a HUGE night vale fan, and there’s literally nothing out there to make. These are amazeballs.

F.P. Molina says:

Yay! I’m glad you (possibly they) like it!!

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