Kimonos, pinafores, and fluffy skirts

August 19th, 2014 - by Starrley

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DarlingArmy, on deviantART and Facebook, has created a very wide array of nerdy dress-up items. I’ll show you some of the gamer ones, including the Zelda kimono dress above.

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Check out her gallery for a whole lot more.

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Hand-painted Okami paper fan

August 18th, 2014 - by Starrley

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Ganjamira, on deviantART, painted Amaterasu onto a paper and bamboo fan. It’s beautiful!

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SkiFree Abominable Snowman plush

August 17th, 2014 - by Starrley

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He’s so cute I just had to share him. Remember SkiFree??? LPSM is great at making 3D plush from 2D sprites.

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Super Mario 64 – Bob-omb Battlefield crafted from Legos

August 15th, 2014 - by Starrley

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Matt De Lanoy says, “Bob-omb Battlefield is the first stage of Super Mario 64 – the flagship game for the N64 game system. This game came out way back when I was just a freshman in college, and I have great memories of endless game nights with friends playing this game. I’ve had the idea of doing a Super Mario layout for a while, but just what to do escaped me. (Lego versions of the original NES games have been done quite often). Upon finding my old N64 in ‘storage’, I was inspired to create this.”

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LTTP light and dark worlds pillow

August 15th, 2014 - by Starrley

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I posted a stitched light world last week for World Cross Stitch Day, but here is another incarnation of it, this time with the light and the dark world! lpgeorge123 says, “It took me about 2+ years, but I have finally completed both of the maps from A Link to the Past, and today I was able to turn them into a little pillow. It was my first time really using a sewing machine, which was both fun and terrifying. I also decided to use minimal stuffing as I wanted the maps to be mostly flat, and then curved along the edges near the clouds. Overall it looks great as a decorative pillow. Thanks again Servotron for making these awesome patterns! Now that they’re complete I really don’t know what to make next. ”

Amazing work! (I would be a bit afraid to actually use the pillow…)

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Framed Mario set

August 14th, 2014 - by Starrley

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Clarington found an interesting frame and decided to stitch Marios to put in it. We love it!

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Lightsaber Blueprint stitch

August 13th, 2014 - by Starrley

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This amazing piece was designed and stitched by Lord Libidan.

Title: Lightsaber Blueprint
Date Completed: June 2014
Design: Lord Libidan
Count: 14
Film: Star Wars
He says, “After visiting the Pompidou Centre in Paris, I had an idea for an archaeological blueprint. Also resting in my mind was my recent sabre handle. Within a week I had researched, designed and stitched this piece. I also intend to extend this idea to larger scale projects.”

Very awesome, sir, as usual!

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