Gotta Stitch Em All An Ancient Evolution

The journey is nearing its end and we encounter some pokémon that went extinct millions of years ago. The T-Rex from Jurassic Park was terrifying, but it had nothing on what you’ll about to attempt to stitch!

#132 – Ditto

ditto amigurumi

by Kaitlyn Stuart

Ditto is rare and has a fantastic way of blending into its surroundings – it transform into other pokémon. The only way to know if it’s the transform pokémon is by its facial expression, maintaining its original gormless look.

#133 – Eevee

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by Linda Potts

One of the most well known and popular pokémon, Eevee will be the subject of its own game this November. That said, the evolution pokémon’s popularity might stem from its ability to evolve into various different pokémon.

#134 – Vaporeon

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by The Nerdy Knitter

Its long tail is often confused for a mermaid, Vaporeon is the water adaption of Eevee. Its body’s cellular structure is similar to the molecular composition of water, becoming completely invisible in water.

#135 – Jolteon

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by Mandra Sedai

A sensitive Pokémon that easily becomes sad or angry. Every time its mood changes, it charges power, 10,000 volts of power so keep Jolteon on your good side! The lightning pokémon is the electric adaption of Eevee.

#136 – Flareon

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by Amanda L. Girão

Its fiery breath reaches close to 3,000 degrees, its body temperature exceeds 1,650 degrees when storing fire inside. Flareon is the fire adaption to Eevee, inhaling deeply when its about to attack!

#137 – Porygon

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by cdbvulpix

A man-made pokémon that consists entirely of programming code, it is capable of moving freely in cyberspace. Porygon has the signature move conversion which it can use to mimic other pokémon.

#138 – Omanyte

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by Kerry Roulston

A prehistoric and long-extinct pokémon that was resurrected from a fossil. Omanyte swims by twisting its 10 tentacles about. The spiral pokémon will withdraw into its shell if startled, so be gentle.

#139 – Omastar

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by Winnie

Omastar attacks by ensnaring its enemy with its tentacles and biting with sharp fangs. Its overly-large shell makes it sluggish, which caused its eventual extinction. Has since been revived from fossils.
#140 – Kabuto

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by Owl Pudding

A Pokémon that was resurrected from a fossil found in an ancient seabed. If Kabuto is flipped over, it can’t turn back over. On rare occasions, it has been found alive as a living fossil on the seabed.

#141 – Kabutops

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by Winnie

Kabutops swam underwater to hunt for its prey in ancient times. The shellfish pokémon was apparently evolving from being a water-dweller to living on land as evident from the beginnings of change in its gills and legs. Watch out for its blades, they could cut your yarn!

#142 – Aerodactyl

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by Winnie

Aerodactyl is a pokémon from the age of dinosaurs. It was regenerated from genetic material extracted from amber. It is imagined to have been the king of the skies in ancient times, incredibly vicious, be careful stitching this one!

#143 – Snorlax

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by Shelly Hedko

A lazy pokémon that gets continually fatter by sticking to a cycle of eating and sleeping. Awake only when it eats, stitching Snorlax while its asleep will be the best approach to adding the sleeping pokémon to your stitchédex!

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