January 29th, 2016 - by blackmageheart
Jen from Epbot (and Cake Wrecks) made a cute holster bag, in the shape of a Hylian Shield.
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
January 27th, 2016 - by blackmageheart
Our very own blackberrybear from the forums crocheted this stunning blanket!
The colours of the mask really pop on that black background. Awesome!
January 22nd, 2016 - by blackmageheart
Apparently, it’s more Mario!
Reddit user down_the_hatch stitched up this awesome silhouette for a Mario-obsessed nephew.
UPDATE: It was brought to my attention that the person selling the pattern for this stitching did not have permission from the original designer. On behalf of Sprite Stitch, I would like to take this opportunity to apologise to Jake Bacuetes of Pixel Bit Hero and ask that people do not support the Etsy store previously mentioned in this post.
Via: Reddit (r/crossstitch)
January 19th, 2016 - by johloh
Valentine’s Day is still about 4 weeks away, but if you’re going to make or order a handmade gift its time to start thinking early… Here are some ideas to go with you reminder.
Boo Cross Stitch $15 on etsy (by crossheartstitch)
Pokemon Pattern $3 on etsy (by stitchinggarden)
January 18th, 2016 - by blackmageheart
I recently discovered a deviantARTist by the name of DarkeVitrum. He creates some wonderful things in stained glass, but these lamps really stood out.
DarkeVitrum also has an Etsy shop and Facebook page for anyone that’s interested in his work!
Via: deviantART and Sprite Stitch Pinterest Board
January 15th, 2016 - by blackmageheart
Jennuh from the Sprite Stitch forums stitched up this cool Kanto map (as seen in Pokémon Yellow.)
It was stitched on 18ct aida using only 4 colours, and measures around 8″ x 8″. Great job, Jennuh!
January 13th, 2016 - by blackmageheart
Mobiles are lovely for babies’ rooms, but what’s stopping adults from having them as well? Nothing, of course! Which is great, because not only do they exist, but they are available in all sorts of designs. Including this cute little Super Mario one!
Created by MadamFandom on Etsy, this mobile is made out of perler beads and chains. There are Thwomps in the main circular structure, Mario dangling in the centre and glow in the dark Boos all around. An item like this would make a great addition to a games room!