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80s Cartoons Cross Stitch Patterns

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1980s Cartoons Cross Stitch Patterns
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Did you grow up in the 80s? If so, you know there were some amazing cartoons. You may not agree with me, but I think kids shows from the 80s were some of the best. There were countless 1980s cartoons to choose from. There were so many, that it was hard to pick what to watch. This was a real problem for parents.


I have searched for hours looking for the best 80s cartoon characters cross stitch patterns. If you are a fan of the 80s as much as I am, I’m positive you will find a cross stitch pattern you will want to work on.



Below are 30 of my favorite 1980s cartoon cross stitch patterns. I hope you find one you want to work on.


1. SCROOGE MCDUCK CROSS STITCH PATTERN PDF, EMBROIDERY CHART CUTE NURSERY WALL DECOR, DISNEY DUCK COUNTED CROSS STITCH CHART, INSTANT DOWNLOAD

Duck Tales was one of my favorite 1980s cartoons. There was mystery and drama. And of course, the cute 80s cartoon characters.


This Scrooge McDuck cross stitch pattern is suitable for advanced beginners. It can be stitched on 11, 14, or 18 count Aida fabric. It is 120 stitches high x 80 stitches wide. It requires 25 colors of DMC floss.


80s Cartoons Scrooge McDuck Walt Disney Cross Stitch Patterns

2. GREEN TEAM 2 - FUNNY VIDEO GAME CROSS STITCH PATTERN PDF

In the 80s, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles were everywhere. If you are a fan of the crimefighters, then this would be a great pattern to work on. It features all four TMNTs (Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael, and Donatello).


Stitched on 14 count Aida, this 80s cartoon cross stitch pattern will measure 12.07 inches wide x 9.14 inches high.


80s Cartoons Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Cross Stitch Patterns

3. SCOOBY DOO INSPIRED CROSS STITCH PATTERN - FRED DAPHNE - PDF DOWNLOAD - SHAGGY VELMA INSPIRED - MYSTERY MACHINE CROSSSTITCH

Scooby Doo made his debut in 1969. However, the scaredy dog has a long list of cartoons. Scooby and his mystery fighting companions are some of the most memorable 1980s cartoon characters.


This is a fairly simple 80s cartoons cross stitch pattern. It is intended to be stitched on 14 count Aida with 16 colors of DMC floss.


80s Cartoons Scooby Doo Cross Stitch Patterns Mystery Machine

4. FREE CHEF SMURF CROSS STITCH PATTERN THE SMURFS

If you are searching for free cross stitch patterns, check out this Chef Smurf pattern. The design area is 77 stitches wide x 71 stitches high (5.36” x 4.93”).


80s Cartoons The Smurfs Free Cross Stitch Pattern


5. SKELETOR CROSS STITCH PATTERN

You couldn’t have a list of 1980s cartoon characters without including Skeletor. If you have never watched He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, this guy was pure Evil.


This 80s cartoons cross stitch pattern only uses full cross stitches. It requires 25 colors of DMC floss.


80s Cartoons He Man and the Masters of the Universe Skeletor Cross Stitch Patterns

6. SUPER MARIO -RETRO VIDEO GAME SUPER MARIO - CROSS STITCH PATTERN PDF INSTANT DOWNLOAD

Not only is Mario one of the most recognizable Nintendo video game characters, but he also had a cartoon in the 80s. If you loved the cartoon or are a hard-core gamer, this would be a great addition to your collection.


Stitched on 14 count Aida fabric, the design will measure 11.43 inches wide X 10.79 inches high. The design uses 17 DMC thread colors.


80s Cartoons Mario Cross Stitch Patterns

7. GARFIELD CROSS STITCH PATTERN PDF - DIGITAL DOWNLOAD – COFFEE CAT CARTOON COMIC FUNNY GIFT MODERN CUTE SMALL CS70

Garfield and Friends was one of the cutest 1980s cartoons that both girls and boys enjoyed watching. The cartoon featured the lazy, chubby cat and several of his friends that were often featured in the comic strips.


The Garfield cross stitch pattern was designed to be stitched on 14 count Aida. It measures 71 stitches wide x 72 stitches high (5.1” x 5.1”).


80s Cartoons Garfield Cross Stitch Patterns

8. FREE PACMAN CROSS STITCH PATTERN

Here is another free cross stitch pattern. This one features a loveable character from one of the 1980s cartoons that were based on a video game. You couldn’t live in the 80s without knowing who Pac Man was.


This free Pac Man cross stitch pattern measures 72 stitches wide x 77 stitches high. It only uses 4 colors of DMC floss.


80s Cartoons Pac Man Free Cross Stitch Patterns

9. TRANSFORMERS CROSS STITCH PATTERN - INSTANT DOWNLOAD

Here is an easy cross stitch pattern based on one of the 80s cartoons that spawned several movies: Transformers.


This beginner friendly Transformers cartoon cross stitch pattern measures 111 stitches x 92 stitches. It only uses 2 colors of DMC floss.


80s Cartoons Transformers Cross Stitch Patterns

10. GREEN GHOST - PDF CROSS STITCH PATTERN - CROSS STITCH SLIMER - SPOOKY COUNTED CROSS STITCH PATTERN - HALLOWEEN - GHOST EMBROIDERY

Slimer must be one of the most memorable Ghostbuster characters. This green blob is an adorable troublemaker.


The Real Ghostbusters cartoon cross stitch pattern is 68 stitches x 82 stitches. It uses 16 colors and 8 blends. You will need to know how to make full cross stitches, half cross stitches, ¾ cross stitches, and backstitches.


80s Cartoons Ghost Busters Slimer Cross Stitch Patterns



11. SPIDERMAN AVENGERS CROSS STITCH PATTERN PDF, EMBROIDERY COMICS CUTE NURSERY WALL DECOR, MARVEL COUNTED CROSS STITCH CHART, INSTANT DOWNLOAD

Spiderman and His Amazing Friends aired from 1981-1983. The Marvel Comics cartoon was one of the several superhero cartoons to air during the 80s.


The design area is 117 stitches wide x 104 stitches high. It uses 10 colors of DMC floss. Stitched on 14 count Aida it will measure 8.4 inches wide x 7.4 inches high.


80s Cartoons Spiderman Cross Stitch Patterns

12. ARIEL THE LITTLE MERMAID CROSS STITCH CHART PATTERN 14 COUNT 27 CM X 22 CM DMC COLOURS

The Little Mermaid debuted in 1989. It was a huge commercial success that made $84 million at the box office. That might night seem like a lot now, but back then, it was a lot.


This 80s cartoon cross stitch pattern was designed to be stitched on 14 count Aida fabric. Finished, the Little Mermaid cross stitch will measure approximately 10.63 inches x 8.66 inches.


80s Cartoons Walt Disney The Little Mermaid Cross Stitch Patterns

13. BRAVE LITTLE TOASTER PATTERN, RETRO CROSS STITCH, 80'S, CARTOON CHARACTER, X-STITCH, COUNTED CROSS STITCH, PDF PATTERN - INSTANT DOWNLOAD

This 80s cartoon made it impossible to get rid of old stuff. Because, you know, they are attached to you, and they have feelings.


The Brave Little Toaster cross stitch pattern will measure 8.6 inches x 6.8 inches when stitched on 14 count Aida. It only uses full cross stitches.


80s Cartoons The Brave Little Toaster Cross Stitch Patterns

14. RESCUE RANGERS GADGET CHIP AND DALE CROSS STITCH PATTERN FOR BEGINNERS-EMBROIDERY-NEEDLEPOINT KITS -CARTOON-PDF INSTANT DOWNLOAD-EASY-PT-363

The Rescue Rangers would not have been successful without the help of Gadget Hackwrench. This cute little mouse was quirky, smart, and fearless. She could invent anything.


The cartoon cross stitch pattern uses 10 colors of DMC floss. It can be stitched on 14, 16, or 18 count Adia fabric.

80s Cartoons Walt Disney Rescue Rangers Gadget Hackwrench Cross Stitch Patterns

15. DARKWING DUCK CROSS STITCH PATTERN - DUCKTALES- HALLOWEEN CROSS STITCH PATTERN - 90'S CARTOON CROSS STITCH - WITCHY CROSS STITCH

Darkwing Duck was one of my favorite 80s cartoons. Darkwing Duck, aka Drake Mallard, was a superhero that took on various villains. He had lots of help from Launchpad McQuack and Gizmoduck.


The Disney cartoon cross stitch pattern is 75 stitches wide x 86 stitches high. It can be stitched on 11,14,16, or 18 count Aida.


80s Cartoons Walt Disney Darkwing Duck Cross Stitch Patterns

16. TWINK SPRITE COUNTED CROSS STITCH PATTERN ~ RAINBOW BRITE 1980S CARTOON ~ INSTANT PDF DOWNLOAD

This Rainbow Brite project would be a fun little pattern to stitch up, and it can be completed in a single weekend.


The beginner friendly Rainbow Brite cross stitch pattern can be stitched on 14, 16, or 18 count Aida fabric.


80s Cartoons Rainbow Brite Cross Stitch Patterns

17. VOLTRON CROSS STITCH PATTERN

Here is an impressive Voltron 80s cartoon cross stitch pattern. This one features the classic Lion Force super robot. It is 160 stitches wide x 124 stitches high. If stitched on 14 count, the finished design will measure 11.4 inches x 8.9 inches. The Voltron cartoon cross stitch pattern requires 28 different DMC floss colors.


80s Cartoons Voltron Cross Stitch Patterns

18. RAINBOW DASH (MY LITTLE PONY) CROSS STITCH PATTERN

Were you a fan of My Little Pony? Now you can stitch up this cutie. The Rainbow Dash cross stitch pattern can be stitched on 14,16,18, or 20 count Aida. If stitched on 14 count, the design area will measure 4.6 inches x 4.2 inches.


80s Cartoons My Little Pony Cross Stitch Patterns

19. FREE BEETLEJUICE CROSS STITCH PATTERN

Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice! Create your own Beetlegeuse to help you scare the living out of your home.


This free 80s cartoon cross stitch pattern is 64 stitches wide x 96 stitches high. It uses 12 colors of floss.


80s Cartoons Beetlejuice Free Cartoon Cross Stitch Patterns



20. GRUMPY BEAR, CARE BEAR CROSS STITCH PATTERN, INSTANT DOWNLOAD PDF

The Care Bears began as paintings for American Greetings cards. They quickly became a huge phenomenon that children and adults went bonkers for. The stuffed toys were extremely hard to get and were right up there with the Cabbage Patch.


This 80s cartoon cross stitch pattern only uses 5 colors of DMC floss. It can be stitched on 14, 16, or 18 count Aida cloth.


80s Cartoons Care Bears Grumpy Bear Cross Stitch Patterns

21. BEETLE JUICE COUNTED CROSS STITCH PATTERN

The Beetlejuice cartoon was for the strange and unusual. And it was super cute! If you are a fan of all things Tim Burtin, you will appreciate this colorful 80s cartoon cross stitch pattern.


If stitched on 14 count Aida fabric, it will measure 8.5 inches x 12 inches. It requires 13 colors of floss.


80s Cartoons BeetleJuice Cross Stitch Patterns

22. FREE SCOOBY DOO CROSS STITCH PATTERN MYSTERY INC. GANG

Here is another fun Scooby Doo cross stitch pattern, and this one is Free! It features Scooby, Shaggy, Velma, Daphne, and Fred.


The grid size is 235 stitches wide x 50 stitches high. It uses 13 colors.


80s Cartoons Scooby Doo Free Cartoon Cross Stitch Patterns

23. FREE SMURFS CROSS STITCH PATTERN

Here is another free Smurf cross stitch pattern. It features several of the loveable blue characters. You can create the whole pattern or stitch up each Smurf separately. They are the perfect size for adding to hats, backpacks, etc.


The free cross stitch pattern is 99 stitches wide x 146 stitches high. It requires 6 colors of floss.


80s Cartoons The Smurfs Free Cartoon Cross Stitch Patterns
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24. HE-MAN CROSS STITCH PATTERN

If you plan on stitching the Skeletor pattern, you need to create to make this awesome He-Man cross stitch pattern too.


This He-Man and the Masters of the Universe cross stitch pattern requires full cross stitches only. There is no back stitching required. It is 160 stitches wide x 121 stitches high.


80s Cartoons He Man and the Masters of the Universe Cross Stitch Patterns

25. GUMMI BEAR FAMILY PEERING AT YOU COUNTED CROSS STITCH PATTERN ~ THE ADVENTURES OF THE GUMMI BEARS 1980S CARTOON ~ INSTANT PDF DOWNLOAD

Gummi Bears! Bouncing here and there and everywhere. High adventure that's beyond compare. They are the Gummi Bears!


This 80s cartoon cross stitch pattern features all the loveable Gummi Bear characters. The design can be stitched on 14, 16, or 18 count Aida.


80s Cartoons Walt Disney Gummi Bears Cross Stitch Patterns

26. DANGER MOUSE AND PENFOLD CROSS STITCH PATTERN ONLY (PDF JPG FILES) KIDS TV CARTOON FUN MOUSE HAMSTER FAMILY PET ANIMAL ADVENTURE

Who was the world’s greatest secret agent? Danger Mouse of course! This cute 80s cartoon cross stitch pattern features the amazing mouse and his hamster sidekick, Ernest Penfold.


This Danger Mouse cross stitch pattern can be completed by an advanced beginner. It only uses full cross stitches. It is stitched on 14 count Aida fabric. Completed, the design area will measure about 8.2 inches x 7.9 inches.


80s Cartoons Danger Mouse and Penfold Cross Stitch Patterns

27. G.I. JOE HEROES CROSS STITCH PATTERN

Every G.I. Joe fan would love getting this completed 80s cartoon cross stitch pattern. The amazing piece features the following "good guys" of the G.I. Joe: Snow Job, Snake Eyes, Roadblock, Flint, Scarlett, Stalker, Lady Jaye, Shipwreck, Hawk, Beachhead, Duke, Spirit, Dusty, Outback, Jinx, Alpine, Gung Ho, and Mutt.


This cross stitch pattern requires full cross stitches only. There is no back stitching.


80s Cartoons GI Joe Characters Cross Stitch Patterns


28. WINNIE THE POOH INSPIRED CROSS STITCH PATTERN

One of Disney’s many 80s cartoons was The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. This series was developed to help children grow and learn.


This 80s cartoons cross stitch pattern is 60 stitches wide x 60 stitches tall.


Walt Disney Winnie the Pooh 80s Cartoons Cross Stitch Patterns

29. DIMENSIONS 70-65174 DISNEY MAKE A SPLASH PRINCESS ARIEL COUNTED CROSS STITCH KIT, 7" X 5"

Here is another 80s cartoon cross stitch kit. The Walt Disney Ariel cross stitch kit includes 100% cotton thread, 14 count white Aida fabric, a stitching needle, and easy-to-follow instructions.


Completed, The Little Mermaid cross stitch pattern measures 7” long x 5” wide.

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80s Cartoons Cross Stitch Patterns The Little Mermaid

30. 80S CARTOON CROSS STITCH DIGITAL PATTERN PDF / RETRO EIGHTIES CROSS STITCH

This is a cute cross stitch pattern that is inspired by various 80s cartoons. The pattern suitable for stitchers who print their patterns and one suitable for use on tablets. It contains the chart, a floss key for DMC threads, and basic instructions.


80s Cartoons Cross Stitch Patterns



SO, WHICH OF THESE 80s CARTOONS CROSS STITCH PATTERNS ARE YOU GOING TO WORK ON NEXT?





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