November 19th, 2014 - by blackmageheart
A little bit naughty, I know, but it’s such an awesome quilt I couldn’t resist showing it here on the blog!
LucyInTheSky, a forum member, made this for a friend’s mother who’s been through some tough times. Apparently she still has a sense of humour, as she requested this quilt! Sprite Stitch sends our very best wishes to Lucy’s friend’s mom!
November 18th, 2014 - by blackmageheart
This lovely Mario showed up in my Etsy feed today. I really like it!
It’s made by Elisa’s Crochet and is available in her Etsy shop, along with other awesome amigurumi!
November 14th, 2014 - by blackmageheart
Arimentha, from the forums, completed this lovely grey scale image of Link recently.
Not bad for just getting back into cross stitching! The pattern for this piece can be found in the Sprite Stitch Patterns board.
Via: Sprite Stitch Forums
November 2nd, 2014 - by blackmageheart
Our very own funkymonkey from the forums made this awesome costume. She did a great job! Check out this video of it in action – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2LbVwpj12dw
October 29th, 2014 - by Starrley
I can’t find who actually made this. But it’s awesome.
October 28th, 2014 - by Starrley
blackmageheart, our beloved forum mod, finished a couple lovely projects. Here are Nei, from Phantasy Star II, and a Final Fantasy V phoenix. Stitch more, BMH! Stitch more!
October 27th, 2014 - by Starrley
According to Nerdist, “Replica Props Forum (RPF) user Talaaya built the Varia suit from Metroid Prime 3 by 3D printing many of the pieces…Talaaya spent several months working on the project and initially planned to make the armor using the pepakura method… Luckily for Talaaya, her friend Matt Serle bought a couple of 3D printers – specifically the ZPrinter 450. She only had to pay for materials but estimates that still cost around $1,200 just for that. Still worth it since there’s nothing like the accuracy you get from a 3D printer. Matt spent hundreds of hours on the project…That’s only the beginning of the build though. Talaaya documented the entire process at RPF and at Reddit. She only 3D printed the helmet, shoulders, chest, arm cannon, and forearm armor pieces. The rest of the suit was made from craft foam and covered in Worbla. She used a magical combination of Bondo, gesso, and Apoxie sculpt to coat the Worbla and smooth it out before adding paint. Yes,cosplayers are amazing.”