Geoff Fourtytwo won his company costume contest a few years back with these Pac-Man and Ghost Halloween costumes. He used PVC, fabric and a couple of belts to make it. he even gives us step-by-step instructions!
Welcome to Pac-Man week! We’ll be featuring Pac-Man-related crafts all week long.
Craftster user Glamis made this Pac-Man baby blanket with an entire Pac-Man screen shot. With polar fleece, she machine-sewed the blue strips and hand-sewed everything else. It’s perfect for baby geeks!
Beware Cylons. Craftster user Bunny in a Bear made this Battlestar Galactica logo t-shirt. He ironed on freezer paper as a stencil. This method has been making the Internet rounds for the past year or so. Freezer paper stencils are like single-use silk screens.
Craftster.org user subloke made this Transformers toque based on Baigneuse’s version, who made hers based on Flickr user twosixteen’s chart. Subloke even made the Transformers hat reversible – one side has Autobot and Decepticon icons and the other side says “more than meets the eye.”
She was even kind enough to post the pattern and instructions to the Transformers hat so anyone with the skillz can make one too!
Can you hear the “bloop bloop bloop”? FuzzyFelties on Etsy is selling this awesome set of needle-felted Pac-Man characters (largest is 1”W x 2”H). You get Pac-Man and four ghosts (love those eyes!) for $32 plus shipping.
Needle-felting has become really popular lately. Crafters are felting everything from animals to food to accessories. With only two tools needed – special barbed needles and a big chunk of foam – this is an easy craft to get started with. Wool roving comes in every color imaginable and kits are readily available. Craftlog has a simple tutorial. A Wii Mii would probably look great in felt.