Archive for the ‘Sewn’ Category

Vulpix and Ninetales Stacking Plushies

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016

This Mage needs a dose of cute today, and since my kitten insists on being asleep and not fun at all, I turn to the internet! I found these lovely plushies and because cute must be shared, here they are!

Vulpix Plushies 1

Vulpix Plushies 2

Ninetales Plushies 1

Ninetales Plushies 2

Super cute! They’re made by BubbleRhapsodyDesign on Etsy and are designed for stacking in little heaps of adorableness. I like the Vulpix, but I think my favourite is Ninetales. I’d like to see some other stackable ‘mon too!

Via: Etsy

Legend of Zelda Holster Bag

Friday, January 29th, 2016

Jen from Epbot (and Cake Wrecks) made a cute holster bag, in the shape of a Hylian Shield.

LinkBag1 LinkBag2

This one is made with Friendlyfelt, some straps, clips and a zip. Jen didn’t write a tutorial for the bag, but she describes the process well enough that anyone could give it a try!

Via: Epbot.com and Sprite Stitch Pinterest Board

Mario Castle Bunk Bed

Friday, January 1st, 2016

Firstly, I’d like to wish everyone a very happy New Year from the team at Sprite Stitch! We know it’s been quiet here lately, but things will be picking up from now on!

To kick things off, let’s take a look at this sweet Mario-themed bunk bed!

The castle bed in all its glory.

The castle bed in all its glory.

Anyone home?

Anyone home?

It looks super cosy inside.

It looks super cosy inside.

Up top seems just as fun!

Up top seems just as fun!

A peek at the inner wall.

A peek at the inner wall.

This pine bunk bed was made by “tdee” for a Mario-nut son. As you can see, everything sticks to the theme! There are Mario stickers, bedcovers, toys and even some cute themed curtains for the windows and door!

If this is something you’d be interested in making, the plans and more can be found here at the Ana White website!

Via: GamingMommies and Ana White

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Cute Mario Felt Ornaments

Monday, August 17th, 2015

Crafters have been making ornaments out of felt since felt was invented. I remember making a Christmas pudding one and a Christmas stocking one when I was a small Mage, many moons ago (I still have them, and they get trotted out every year for the tree.)
Melissa, of Tilly’s Hangout, makes far better ones than I could, though!

Mario Felt Petey Felt Goomba Felt Luigi Felt

The Luigi and Petey seen here are my favourites, but Melissa also makes a snazzy Fire Flower. They also come as keyrings. You can buy all these and more in her Etsy store!

Via: Etsy

Shy Guy & Luigi Quilted Bag (plus tutorial!)

Monday, August 3rd, 2015

Suedre made a very cool quilted bag featuring a ShyGuy on one side and Luigi on the other.

8BitQuiltBagShyGuyLuigi

 

I’m not a quilter, but I can really appreciate all the work that goes into these pixel quilt pieces. (I own a fabulous Black Mage quilt by Quiltoni so I’ve seen close-up what these things are made of.)
I know some of you are quilters, or maybe you know a quilter, and would like to know how something like Suedre’s bag is made. Well, there’s good news – she wrote a tutorial detailing exactly how it’s done!

Please also check out her website, The Bored Zombie, for more crafty greatness!

Sleepy Eeveelutions

Sunday, March 15th, 2015

Once in a while we need a dose of cuteness on the blog, and today’s offering is sleepy Eeveelutions!

sleepy eeveelutions

These curled-up cuties are made of fleece by VizionsofGrandeur on Etsy, who says they were “inspired by a day of naps with my cat”!

Via: Etsy

Cucco Plush

Monday, February 16th, 2015

Zeldette of Etsy store ZeldettePlushies makes some lovely things, including this pretty awesome Cucco!

cucco by zeldette

It looks like it will cluck at any moment! Better not hit it, though.
Zeldette has plenty more Zelda stuff in her shop, such as a fabulous Bunny Hood and even a baby Zora!

Via: Etsy