Amy submitted these great Day of the Tentacle Amigurumi and I just love them. She made them for her boyfriend, who ranks Day of the Tentacle among his favorite video games, and provided the pattern for free on her blog. If you’re not sure what Day of the Tentacle is, check out the blog entry where Amy explains the great 90’s video game by LucasArts.
Sprite Stitch member Servotron posted this rad plastic-canvas stitched Mario bookmark on the forums along with some other stitching projects — very inspiring!
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So now that you’ve stuffed your face, it’s time to empty your wallet! Or, if you’re looking to save some cash, it’s time to get crafting! In honor of Black Friday (the shopaholic’s national holiday and every retail worker’s worst nightmare) here are some Black Crafts (note: not Dark Arts, that’s a differnent blog all together).
Chain Chomp Hat
The Knitting Ninja posted this Chain Chomp Hat on her blog. Chomps may not be the most commonly knitted Mario Bros villian, but they are the ones that look the coolest when they appear to be eating your head.
Mad Dog Softie
Morus sewed this Mad Dog Softie from the book “Softies Only A Mother Could Love” and posted it on craftster. He’s not particularly geeky, but he’s freaking adorable in an “I’m gonna bite your face off” sort of way.
Crafter extraordinaire Vickie Howell recently made this Game Boy stencil art piece for her son, who loves to play video games. She used a stencil from Ed Roth’s Stencil 101 Decor collection and freehanded the Mario image over it — she shares a complete tutorial for making your own version.
This isn’t Vickie’s first Mario-inspired craft project — check out her pattern and tutorial for knitting up a pair of Mario Mushroom Wrist Warmers as well!