Original Stitch, a clothing site that specializes in customizable Pokemon shirts, has recently retired 36 patterns depicting some of the original 151 Pokemon. However, a new set of Kanto designs have just been released to replace the scrapped designs.
Near the beginning of December, Original Stitch announced that a few dozen of their designs would be put out to pasture on December 15th. Luckily, fans of these Pokemon didn't have to wait long, as new patterns have just launched. These new patterns can be applied to dress, casual, or Hawaiian shirts in various ways in order to create custom orders. In addition, customers can have specially designed Poke Ball (or Great/Ultra Ball) buttons or Unown embriodery (depicting the letters A-Z plus "!" and "?") to really spice up their shirts. If shirts aren't your thing, the Pokemon patterns can also be applied on masks, aprons, and bandanas.
The 36 new patterns that have replaced the old patterns include a wide selection of Kanto Pokemon. Some of the notable ones that have been replaced include the three main starters and their evolutions, the three original Eeveelutions (Vaporeon, Jolteon, and Flareon,) and the three legendary birds (Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres.)
The new Original Stitch patterns are available now, and can be found on the site's Pokemon Shirt section.