What better way to celebrate fall TV than with some apple-printed Once Upon a Time DIY?Read More
Hab SoSlI' Quch!
Nicole C Mendez is selling the yarn and pattern for this Bat'leth scarf on her Etsy shop. Great. Now I just need to learn how to knit things that aren't misshapen rectangles. (via Fashionably Geek)Read More
You always have more wallspace when your home is bigger on the inside.
If I could sing you the TARDIS’ sweet, sweet melody, I’d do it right now. There’s no better way I can think of to celebrate the return of Doctor Who (aside from maniacally jumping up and down and screaming, of course). But as we all mentally recover from Doctor 12's first full episode, we may as well put all of that Time Lord-loving energy to good use!Read More
Remember: fish only have 1 life.
If your local pet shop doesn't offer aquarium accessories to match your passion for gaming, Kelsey gets it—and she's designed a LEGO way of putting all other fish tanks to shame.Read More
I need to learn to knit now...
Oxford-based Hannah Simpson sells knitted dolls based on her favorite nerdy and horror movies!Read More
NANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANA HAIR BOOOOWWWW.
You can wear this leather Batman bow by Etsy seller Dulcecalaveritas either as a hair bow or a necktie. Or both. Just place bats all about your person.Read More
Put “Learn to Knit” on Your To-Do List so You Can Make This Wonder Woman Sweater for Your Very Own Self
What the hell do I do with these sticks?!
Or you can make it for someone else who might appreciate... nah. Make it for yourself.Read More
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In honor of Dreamworks’ highly anticipated How to Train Your Dragon sequel (coming out today!), we're bringing you easy, geek style DIY inspired by the dragons from the beloved film.
Personally, I love to wear my fandom heart on my sleeve, but sometimes I want to show my geek pride in a subtler form. Not that shiny sequins are subtle, but I’m sure you get the idea.Read More
Do Try This At Home
To celebrate the release of the latest X-Men film, X-Men: Days of Future Past, here’s a fun themed project you can put together in a day. Much like every X-Men movie, I’ve decided to focus on Wolverine. With each film, the big screen has served as a catalyst to build up his character, so in kind, we will be building up our very own crocheted Wolverine. Even though I enjoy Hugh Jackman’s performance, I like Wolverine the most when he’s covered in yellow spandex. So my crocheted version is inspired by his comic costume. I’ve turned this tough, wiseass into an adorable amigurumi, and with this tutorial, you can too.Read More
This is just like magic!Lucky break: finding a catering service that's totally excited to wear SPEW badges. Read More