That’s what is so wonderful about the TARDIS, time becomes wibbly, wobbly and what you thought worked as a Halloween TARDIS Trick or Treat Tote would be equally appropriate as an Easter Basket for your favorite Companion as you travel through time.
This free tote pattern is the creation of Jennifer Ofenstein of Sewhooked who was inspired by a request for a TARDIS bag from her daughter. With some felt, thread and ingenuity, Jennifer came up with a tote that can hold so many wonderful things, not just candy (though it really is the perfect place for hiding that chocolate stash).
This baby blanket is practically a reason to procreate!
(Geekcrafts does not endorse the practice of procreation in order to receive knitted goods…)
Want to make it for someone you know/love/met today on a bus?! Well you’re in luck! because the fabulous Leah Fenton has made the knitting charts available free on Ravelry and her own website.
Perhaps you cross stitch and you can’t decide whether to knit them or use the charts as part of an awesome sampler? I can feel the conflict within you!
Today I took a good look round the internet for a good geeky craft project to cheer everyone up on such a drizzly day like today (the weather is quite depressing over here today). My efforts have been fruitful! I have found this amazing TARDIS sock monkey made by kwiltykate for skittlebub on Craftster.
Today I would like to show you this amazing steampunk portal gun made by ~batman-n-bananas from deviantart. This is what she had to say:
“I absolutely love building things, especially with found objects or bits of scrap nobody loves anymore. The idea for a Steampunk version came from this as I much prefer rusty cogs to pristine white anyday. A lot of people have asked what this is made from… as far as I can remember the ingredients are:
- 2 antique clock movements
- 1 +1/2 hangers
- Metal teapot stand
- plastic mechano
- plumbing parts
- 1 plant pot
- 1 hair gel pot + various lids
- plastic tub (those ones you get nuts in the the supermarket)
- plastic tubing
- lots and lots of nuts and bolts
- miniature storage box (for the battery compartment)
- pocket laser disc (you can get them on ebay if anyone’s interested)
- 3 lightbulbs
- cardboard tube
- metal covering from an old hairbrush
- AV socket
- tons of odds and ends from my parents garage
- oh and of course the usuals – milliput, humbrol and warhammer paints, hot melt glue and about 6 gallons of superglue
that’s about as much as I can remember… enjoy!”
When you’ve more or less been in school in some capacity since 1980, as I have been, your final month of coursework — ever– is a really big deal. That is what April 2012 is for me, my final month of classes! Much of that graduate work has been done while working full time and trying to keep a few hobbies around for sanity. Once these classes are over, I’ve got so many pent-up hobby desires to unleash. On the top of that list: amigurumi! And I can’t think of a nicer bunch of characters I want to give yarn-birth to than the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation. By the way, clearly the best Star Trek franchise. No two ways about it. Picard>>>>Kirk any day of the week.
So cute, yes? I can’t decide which of these are my favorite but I will admit that I’m glad Wesley Crusher isn’t one of them. I know, I know, Wil Wheaton is an amazing man but the boy genius thing is so played out and it was played out in 1989.
OK, you know what? It’s Data. Data’s lil yellow eyes are getting to me. He’s my favorite.
Yes, there is and not just one but eleven Doctors.
Pixelated Mushroom, who describes herself as a “Librarian based in Australia who likes to knit, crochet, juggle and firetwirl (but not all at once)”, has completed crochet patterns for mini versions of all eleven regenerations of Doctor Who as well the Tardis. She’s compiled them into a wonderful PDF Collection that you can download here.