Natalie Bursztyn’s free pattern for a knit Wonder Woman sweater.
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Knit Long and Prosper.
So pardon my still cluttered post GenCon table, but I got to combine my love of knitting and love of cosplay once again. I finally knit a Jayne Cobb hat for a friend of mine to cosplay alongside my fem!Mal Reynolds. It came out very nice and I’m so happy with it.
Gamora and Yondu (‘Guardians of the Galaxy’).
Kraken Socks, a free knitting pattern from square [ j ] jane.
The Blanket Of Geekery
So a couple of weeks ago, two of my very geeky and dearly beloved friends got married.
This is what I made them for a wedding present.
Finished the Yoda hat! Baby hates are so fast to knit up. And seeing as I don’t have a newborn model I used my munchkins leopard. Love how it turned out. Hopefully it fits well…
Forgive me if I’ve submitted one of these before…
My patterns For Dishcloths of all the Avengers’ Logos.
My pattern for a Watcher’s Symbol dishcloth (from Highlander The Show)
My pattern Rorschach’s “Signature” dishcloth (From Watchmen)
My pattern for a Wonder Woman logo dishcloth.
My chart for a Welcome To Night Vale pillow.
A chart I made for a double sided Winter Is Coming scarf.
Heather Hahn’s free pattern for a knit Battle Axe. Because a hand-knit battle axe.
Another original design- The Nightwing hat. This one was made in blue, but I also plan to make them in red and experiment with more of Nightwing’s symbols.