The fact that Velvetrope cross stitched these sprites from The legend of Zelda: a link to the past is immense, the fact that they created a clock out of the finished project, nothing short of PURE GENIOUS. This was Velvetrope’s first project and first ever post on the sprite stitch boards, and I’ll certainly be keeping my eyes open for future creations.
All good book worms should show off their favorite novels. This Harry Potter Book Bracelet is just one of the many items that Etsy user pandatreats has available in their shop. They also take custom requests so you can get all your favorite books or manga, and they ship them off as bracelets, necklaces, earrings, keychains, charms, and more. The only question now is, which of your favorite books do you choose?
A little over two years ago, I created my first cross stitch pattern for a Craftster challenge. Naturally, it was a geeky cross stitch, immortalizing one of my favorite Star Wars quotes in floss and Aida cloth. I designed it by hand using pencil and graph paper, which took foreeeever.
I have to say, the free KG-Chart software I used was pretty awesome. It was incredibly user-friendly, and included pre-programmed palettes for both DMC and Danish Flower Thread. You can export your final pattern as a jpeg, or print it out with a color chart and comments. I highly recommend it to anyone looking to make their own geeky cross stitch patterns.
The Big Bang Theory is one of my absolute favorite shows, so I was incredibly excited to see this Crocheted Sheldon Cooper on the Craftster frontpage yesterday. Anne11 made him as a Christmas gift for a friend. He now hangs out at her friend’s office (I wonder if he plays computer games when people aren’t looking?). Anne11 combined two patterns to make the perfect Sheldon. I love the tee-shirt she picked for him. I want my own Sheldon!
Her timing for posting this couldn’t be better, since Jim Parsons (who plays Sheldon) won a Golden Globe last night for Best Actor in a Comedy Series.
Need a gift for your favorite aspiring chemist? Or perhaps you’re just looking for a way to bring some color into your own chem lab? What you need is this set of chemistry labels for your crayons. Queinteresante sells these for sets of eight, sixteen, twenty-four, forty-eight, ninety-six, or one hundred twenty crayons!
Genius for sure. I love these, and little kids are such sponges when they’re young… I’m sure some of this will stick with them for a long time. The wrappers are available through her etsy shop, or for those of you without etsy accounts, she’s made a separate website to sell from!
Cross stitch doesn’t need to be big to be awesome!
Geekopolis on Etsy has this set of Pacman ghost cross stitches that includes Blinky, Pinky, Inky and Clyde.
They even come with the easels so you can set them up all over your house. Show off your old school nerd love!