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To know Lloyd Dobler is to love him...

Few fictional characters have made me wistfully sigh more than Say Anything's special brand of heartthrob, Lloyd Dobler. Here's a chance to make your very own cross stitch version of the owner of what is possibly the greatest jacket in cinematic history. Recreating the iconic boombox scene, this pattern is perfect for anyone whose heart thumped for the romantic hero of the Cameron Crowe classic.

Please be aware that this is a PDF cross stitch pattern, not the completed article. Your files will be made available for download via Etsy once payment has been confirmed.

The finished work will measure approximately 4 x 10 inches.

You receive a pattern chart split across a number of pages for ease of reading, as well as a separate document containing size details and floss colours needed.
Please bear in mind that all of my pattern charts are designed using Anchor brand floss, though DMC equivalents are provided on the separate details page.

All cross stitch patterns are designed by Lauren of Plastic Little Covers. Please do not sell or share any of my pattern designs, and please do not sell for profit any finished cross stitch made from a Plastic Little Covers pattern. (If you’d like to sell a finished work in aid of charity, then that is perfectly fine and you are a lovely person, but please do let me know!) Thank you!

Lloyd Dobler. Say Anything Modern Film Movie Character Cross Stitch Pattern. Digital Download PDF.

$4.02

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  • Craft type: Cross stitch, Embroidery
  • Instant Digital Download: 2 PDF included
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