Make your favourite wall space a fashion design trend with Marvin Raphael Monfort’s original art.
A Bratz Doll, a handcut drawing, and some tie dye art was the inspiration behind this fantastic cross stitch. Tie dye was one of the biggest comeback trends the 20s, and you’ll also love the bold palette (DMC Grape, Fuchsia, Eggplant and Navy).
HINT: toggle the gallery images to change the background or zoom in on the model’s tie dyed jacket, spiked heels, or haughty complexion.
Bratz Fashionista in Tie-dye Cross Stitch is not a full coverage project. It measures (approximately) 20.7cm x 68.4cm when stitched on 14 Count painted Aida cloth and consists of 20,650 stitches.
In Montfort’s own words …
The original drawing was inspired by the dolls with a passion for fashion — but proportions closer to fashion sketches. The ‘jacket’ was actually sliced away so the board can be placed against any interesting background — like this tie dye-style abstract I painted in grape and fuchsia.
Marvin Raphael Monfort is an artist, writer, and fashion designer from the Western Visayan region of the Philippines. We just love his anime and textile art, as well as his signature use of cosmetics and fashion objects as raw materials. If you love Bratz Fashionista in Tie-dye Cross Stitch check out more of Monfort’s artwork, exclusive to Cross Stitch Patterns Online.