July 30th, 2014 - by Starrley
Here are more completed squares for this year’s Child’s Play charity quilt(s). These are by Awenmir, samarin, Aridesh, and Kareesh.
Amazing, amazing work! And all for a good cause. Stay tuned for more completed squares on Friday!
July 29th, 2014 - by Starrley
ThunderMoustache made this without stencils, all hand-drawn with black and silver Sharpies and a ruler.
July 28th, 2014 - by Starrley
These are pretty awesome, so I just had to share.
Title: 3D Pokemon Selection Cross Stitch
Date Completed: March 2014
Design: Lord Libidan & PixelBlock
Video Game: Pokemon
Lord Libidan says, “I’ve been meaning to do another red blue 3D image for a while, and after finding some great pixel art on PixelBlock I couldn’t help myself.”
Title: Hidden Pokemon Cross Stitch
Date Completed: April 2014
Design: Lord Libidan & Unknown Pattern Maker
Video Game: Pokemon
To quote LL again, “I’ve seen a few stitches and art work similar to this in the past, and wanted to do my own. As a result I found a rather boring pattern online and decided to hide Pokemon in there.”
Well done, sir!
July 26th, 2014 - by Starrley
Let’s continue the idea of snazzing up the bathroom (as we discussed yesterday.) That boring old shower curtain has to go! TealPoodle claims that this Minecraft shower curtain is so artistic and inventive that everyone will be talking about your bathroom decor for years to come. (Wow, that must be some bathroom!!!)
July 25th, 2014 - by Starrley
Is your bathroom as snazzy as it could be? No? Perhaps you could use some zazzy soap. How about 9 glycerin soaps in 7 different shades and scents? The soaps interconnect to make a 4 1/4″ square.
July 24th, 2014 - by Starrley
tinyAlchemy has created two original amigurumi figurines from World of Warcraft. This worgen is ten inches tall, with poseable arms and legs:
And this tauren is 7 inches tall.
tinyAlchemy says, “ I used my friend’s character as a reference to keep proportion and details. He is…made out of acrylic yarn. His arms and legs are poseable ( I made thread joint for his limbs – so you can make him sit or put his hands up). The mane and braids are made out of wool for felting.”
Pretty cool stuff.
July 23rd, 2014 - by Starrley
Makibird-stitching, well known to many of us Sprite Stitchers, has created a lot of great patterns based on Pokemon cards. Devi-Tiger has stitched up six of them: Pikachu, Dugtrio, Meowth, Seel, Magmar, and Eevee.
Check out the links above to see more patterns and stitching.