Geeky greetings! I’m Angie and I’m joining the League of DIY Superheroes here at GeekCraft. Like others on our team of crafty reporters, I love both crafting and all things geek, and have a particular fondness for Star Trek, the Whedonverse, and comic books. I’m “multi-craftual” – scrapbooking (paper & digital), crochet, knitting, and a little sewing – and I admit I might drive my family a little nuts with my many projects and ever-encroaching stash. But really, my hobbies are more endearing than annoying. And I have sworn to use my crafting superpowers only for good. :)
I love surfing around for crafty inspiration, so I’m really looking forward to sharing all sorts of geeky goodness with you!
Fuzzy dice are so passé, Care at Obsessively Stitching knows this, so she went for a more avant garde look for her rear view mirror: Fuzzy Rubik’s Cubes! They look great, and definitely have what it takes to push fuzzy dice out of the number one spot for “Most ubiquitous rear view mirror ornamentation”. Check out her blog to find the tutorial, so you can have fun making your own fuzzy Rubik’s Cube crafts!
Raise your hand if you’re thrilled about the release of Portal 2 this past week!
What are you doing, raising your hand? If you were really that excited, you’d have both hands firmly glued to your controller right now. You totally don’t love Portal enough. You’ve made GLaDOS very sad.
At least, you don’t love Portal the way Doctor Moo does. She showed her devotion by stitching up an amazing crochet blanket featuring the morbidly hilarious warning signs from the original Portal. What have you done for GLaDOS lately, hmm? (Okay, I stop with the guilt-tripping now. I haven’t even finished the first game!)
It took her over 74 hours to crochet and measures a whopping nine feet by six feet (more than big enough to snuggle under with a Companion Cube). She’s offered it for sale on her Etsy shop, which also features some other wonderfully geeky crochet creations.
Even greater than the excitement over the imminent start of Series Six of Doctor Who this Saturday, is the collective sadness spreading across the Whoverse: Elisabeth Sladen, who brilliantly portrayed the much loved Doctor’s companion Sarah Jane Smith, passed away on the 19th of April, far too young at only 63 years.
The universe has to move forward. Pain and loss, they define us as much as happiness or love. Whether it’s a world, or a relationship…everything has its time. And everything ends.
— Sarah Jane Smith, “School Reunion”, Doctor Who
Craftster user SilverMoon crocheted this awesome set for a Labyrinth swap: Jareth and a little baby Toby amigurumi! Perfect details right down to the very tight pants. It is David Bowie after all :) Check out more crocheted goodness on her blog, Never Mind the Claw Marks.
Reader, Jenn, sent me a link to this spectacular Doctor Who Pendant Bundle in Sweet Geek‘s etsy shop. We all know I love Doctor Who, so of course I am giddy over this. My favorite is the Ood. Or the Adipose…or the TARDIS…or…
You get the idea.