We understand your pain! You spend hours watching your fave TV show. You get hooked, you fall in love with the characters, you talk about it like it’s happening in real life, and then it ends. Your life is over. These cross-stitch patterns will help numb the pain until you find your next favorite show (or at least until they release the whole series on Netflix).
This opening scene from Friends is iconic. It’s the perfect addition to a photo gallery wall or a fun gift for a friend.
You may have hated the ending of How I Met Your Mother, but the characters are family! Memorialize them with embroidery.
Get Don Draper back where he belongs…in the office or hanging by the bar. This Mad Men cross-stitch is so cool.
Put this Breaking Bad embroidery in your kitchen. No one will ever let your cooking skills go unnoticed again…or else!
Truer words have never been spoken! This Sex and the City cross-stitch belongs in your closet, too.
Sad about Parks and Recreation ending? To quote Ron Swanson: “Keep your tears in your eyes where they belong.” And start this cross-stitch pattern.
Finally, the will-they won’t-they (again) ends with this romantic moment between Rory and Dean on Gilmore Girls! We’ll never understand why they didn’t end up together. *swoon*
This cross-stitch will leave you satisfied and smiling. (See what we did there?) Just try not to laugh when you pass this The Office cross-stitch.
One of the most genius Seinfeld bits. Try not to slam any beer glasses down when you’re stitching this pattern, though.
For all the women out there that identified with Liz (who doesn’t want all the hotdogs?), this 30 Rock pattern is for you!
This is the only guide to Veronica Mars you’ll ever need. Veronica would totally appreciate the thoroughness of the references.
You’ll be a believer of embroidery after you finish this super easy The X-Files cross-stitch pattern.
Tony of The Sopranos may have botched this phrase, but it revealed so much more about his character. *tears*
Twin Peaks fans are still debating what this quote means. No matter the meaning, it still gives us nightmarish flashbacks to a series that ended too soon.