Archive for the ‘Sewn’ Category
IggyStarpup has been featured on the blog before, but I just could not resist this delightful Haunter Hoop!
Haunter and its hearts are made of felt which have been appliquéd on to some pretty fabric, and set in a gorgeous green hoop. The embroidered words at the top are in a similar green, which just brings it all together. I might just have to get me one.
Sprite Stitch’s own EveningEmma made this cool mini quilt, featuring Crash Bandicoot.
Emma says she had a lot of fun making this mini quilt, which is about 19.5″ x 19.5″. She also embroidered Crash in the middle.
An interesting project, and nicely done!
Via: Sprite Stitch Forums
We see a lot of Pokemon around Sprite Stitch, crafted in all sorts of unique ways. I’m not sure I’ve seen anything quite like these before! They’re called “Poke-cubes” and are knitted cube-shaped plushies, all handmade by Lorna of P1X3LKnitting.
These little guys, along with a whole bunch of other Poke-cubes (including an Onix, which gets auto+1 from me) and some other very nice knitted items are all on sale in the P1X3LKnitting Etsy store – go check it out!
We play a lot of Silent Hill in my house. And I really mean a LOT. James Sunderland from Silent Hill 2 is the butt of many a joke during a playthrough, so when I saw this plushie by AngryLadyStudios I chuckled a little!
Why did I chuckle, you ask? Because the the artist offers different facial expressions and accessories for James – the little smile above, this grumpy looking face:
And my personal favourite, Miserable James with Secret Plot-Based Weapon:
These plushies and more are available in AngryLadyStudios Etsy shop – check them out!
Borderlands and its sequel are two of the most original and hilarious games I have ever played. There are so many memorable characters, and Mad Moxxi is definitely one of them!
Livingdeaddesigns on Etsy has this lovely Moxxi doll for sale:
It’s quite unusual, but I like it! There’s a lot of attention to detail, or as much as you can get in a crocheted doll, but I’m still impressed by it.
I’ve made a lot of drawstring bags over the years (mostly dice bags) but I always like to see really well done ones. This Bell Bag from Animal Crossing is really cute, and can actually be used to hold your local currency!
Lithe-Fider makes these out of soft fleece and they are fully lined inside! I think it would make a great gift for an Animal Crossing fan!