It feels like a little while since Geek Native has featured any of the crochet wonders of amigurumi. To fix that let’s take a minute to marvel at the stitching wonder of Sammi’s grey wizard. This Gandalf is superb.
Needle Noodles shows us how to weave the patterns and summon the holy horror from beyond the web of lies. Behold; Cthulhu in crochet! If the whispers reach your ears, if your brain is shaded by the lure of insanity, if you wish to free yourself from the shackles of a soul then the instructions […]
Fancy some fluffy terror? These amigurumi dalek warriors could be yours – providing you’re okay at crochet. Over at Ravelry.com Lucy Ravenscar has made the pattern available for free. Lucy writes; These are instructions to make a classic 1970s grey and black Dalek or a bronze and gold new series Dalek. They are quite complicated, […]
Today’s trip to Etsy and too cute to ignore geeky amigurumi spins by t0fugurl’s store. It was the great collection of Pacman and Ghosts that first brought this store to my attention but I’m now rather fond of Bobomb. What’s your favourite?
Geek Native has covered plenty of amigurumi before – even U900 the cutely animated amigurumi band. Well; it’s time for more amigurumi cuteness and this time we need it in caterpillar form. What? Don’t think this the height of amigurumi cuteness? Waaah!
Some geeky mashups are just unexpected. I’d suggest that an Optimus Prime amigurumi is one such treat. Crochet robots in disguise? It’s Voxmortuum’s who now a worldwide geek hero and I can only imagine their Flickr account is enjoying a healthy dose of visitors.
Deviant artist Smapte has a fantastic collection of geeky and sci-fi amigurumi. If you’re not familiar with amigurumi then we’re talking about cute crochet figures. The pictures below are just a sample. Highly recommend checking out Smapte’s Deviant Artpage and soaking up the rest of the goodness. There’s more Firefly and Tron behind the link. […]
Certainly worthy of Geek Native’s growing collection of amigurumi posts are U900. Not only are U900 cute amigrurmi, they’re animated by stop motion and video and they’re a band. No ordinary band either; no, U900 make awesome use of the Japanese Ukulele!
Let’s take a break to visit Moon’s Etsy store. That’s right. It’s time again to catch up with some of the most geek praise worthy amigurumi. Recommend any other amigurumi masterpieces? Leave a comment.
These awesomely cute Star Wars armigurumi are about to sweep the web. The pictures below are just a sample in order to persuade you to follow this link to their home on Flickr. Furthermore, you can’t buy these cute critters, but you can visit Lucy Ravenscar’s Etsy shop where you can buy the patterns for […]