I’m am starting quite the collection of sweaters I want to knit because there keep being awesome patterns that I stumble across. Most recently it was coming across a finished Captain Marvel sweater. Then a little while ago, the knitter put up a chart to help make your very own.
What can I say I’m easy to please. Give me a nice bright nerdy sweater and I’m done for. Look at this sweater.
A pattern for a Captain America Knit hoodie was recently released byethylated-spirits. Look at your hoodie, now back to this one, your hoodie, this one. Don’t you wish this was your hoodie?
Using Elizabeth Zimmerman’s Seamless yolk sweater as a template; she created this sweater to keep you warm, as you Avenge the world. So what are you waiting for? Snatch up this free pattern and get working.
If you are a dedicated, talented knitter, this gorgeous retro-ish looking Wonder Woman sweater could be yours. The Craftster page explains how it was charted it out, but that’s about it.
I’m afraid it’s not a stitch by stitch instruction kit, and it’s never going to be – I’m don’t have the skills for that. You’re welcome to share my work, but it really is a recipe, not much of a pattern.
Be sure to check out some of the pictures she’s shared of it. There are some gorgeous details in there. I have yet to take up knitting (crochet yes, knitting, no) but I may have just been inspired.
We’ve only got a few more weeks until Twilight comes out on DVD (and my mom just pre-ordered it for me – w00t!), so I was super excited to see this submission from Geekcrafter Fee Harding. She made this pen and ink drawing of her favorite scene from the movie: Prom. If you’ve seen the movie three times (or more!), like I have, you’ll notice that not only did she get the faces down great, but even tiny details like the flowers on Bella’s sweater. You can buy a print of this drawing (and some other geek-themed drawings) in Fee’s Etsy shop, burntfeather.