“Scott Edward Harris Lang is a former convicted thief who was struggling to pay child support to his estranged wife for visitation rights to his daughter, Cassie Lang. With the promise of money, he was convinced by Hank Pym to take on the mantle of Ant-Man: a superhero with an advanced suit designed to shrink its wearer to a tiny size while increasing one’s toughness, agility, and physical strength. Trained under both Pym and his daughter Hope van Dyne, Ant-Man was to help foil Pym’s former protege Darren Cross, who was intending to sell his Yellowjacket Suit design and his copy of the Pym Particles formula to HYDRA and the Ten Rings. However, their plan was discovered by Cross, culminating in a final fight between Yellowjacket and Ant-Man. To defeat Yellowjacket, Ant-Man had to shrink small enough to enter Yellowjacket’s suit and destroy it, sending Ant-Man to the Quantum Realm, but Ant-Man was able to escape. Ant-Man’s heroism helped restore his relationship with Cassie and his ex-wife, as well as find a new romantic one with van Dyne. Lang soon learned that the Avengers were seeking to recruit him.” – Wikipedia
The exclusive embroidery design ‘Ant-Man’ is specially crafted for fans of fantasy movies and superheroes of our time. Give this counted cross stitch pattern a shot to keep favorite themes at your fingertips. A handmade gift like that will definitely impress a fantasy movie lover or will be a great gift for a book lower 📚
Our patterns and instructions are easy to interpret and a pleasure to embroider. All it takes to make such a bookmark is a small piece of 16 count Aida cloth, 3,9 x 7,8 inches (10 x 20 cm) in size, and leftover threads from kits that have already been embroidered. The process of sewing the bookmark is described in the instruction that goes with the pattern.
✔️ This embroidery pattern for cross stitch has been created by a certified specialist and thoroughly tested!
✔️ Partly stitched! Our patterns include just enough thread colors to ensure a bright and quality design. You won’t have to stitch any redundant “single” crosses. Every cross is exactly where it belongs.