You know you want to make this: A free pattern for a The Force Awakens knit hat by Hannah L on Ravelry.
The exhibit opened at the Bear and Bird Gallery in Florida this weekend, and for those of us who can only expierance it via the internet there’s a hefty Flickr gallery and even a store.
If you can, head down to Lauderhill, Florida to see it before it closes on August 29th!
- Knitsaber (pattern) by our own CarbonScoring, $4. Or purchase them already made in green, purple, hot pink, glow in the dark or Asajj Ventress-style, $17-25.
- Clone Trooper Pinata by Pinatas By Mail, $24.95. There’s a Darth Vader avaliable as well.
- Star Wars Peggies (two sets of four) by Naked Peggies, $30.
- Yoda Penguin by The Pink Koala, $9.
- Finger Puppets (set of nine) by littlefox71, $22. A set of four goes for $10.
- Joda, a Scrappy Catnip Monster by On A Whimm, $8.
Don’t forget the previous installments, art & decoration and wear & carry.
Back in December, Joss Whedon was interviewed by Kim Werker of Crochet Me. They discussed his thoughts on what he describes as the ‘desperate rivalry between knitters and crocheters’, why crafters should watch Firefly, his secret past as a crocheter and knitter, and of course the ever popular Jayne Hat.
How did Kim score the interview? By getting the entire geekcraft community to shout for his attention, of course.
Crafty threefer at the official blog last night: Bonnie turned up three homemade costumes for dogs (with instructions!) spotted a list of knit hats and visits the LFL Starbucks.
Our own Nori created this stunning Jedi baby ensemble for a forthcoming bundle of joy named Ben. Complete with a teeny knitted lightsaber! Be sure to click through to see the layers and other details.
The latest model, from Carissa Knits. (via)
Star Wars Crochet and Knit Charts by Leah Fenton. Also includes the Falcon, both Death Stars, an X-Wing, logos, and a variety of heads.
We’ve already pointed you to the crocheted Dalek.
But of course there’s more. You can knit a Dalek. Or a TARDIS; the picture of the finished TARDIS includes some Dalek cookies to boot. And there’s another TARDIS pattern as well.
Want more? There are good pattern roundups for knitters and for crafters.
Waaaay back in the distant past of geekdom, lots of people were knitting Dr. Who scarves, a tradition that has re-ignited. There are lots of patterns floating around on the web. Check out the pattern roundup if you need help figuring out how to knit a garter stitch scarf.
The Dubai Steamtroopers are not alone… In Bangkok, artist Yumi Modal and family are also crafting Star Wars figures from metal. Is this the start of a new trend? Graffiti is so last season. (via)
Before Kyle Katarn, there was
Gonk. Are you worthy of building an avatar of The One Droid? (via)
Someone made a tiny version of the Shadows of the Empire novel. But why SOTE? Is there a whole collection of these things out there somewhere? What a terrifying prospect!
So you already have a Princess Leia hat, crocheted Yoda ears, and an Artoo hat; Why not round out your collection with an R2-D2 Beanie?