These little creatures require very little in the way of new materials other than stuffing and socks, but they’re big on personality.
It’s time for April’s block of the month in our steampunk quilt. This month we’re sailing on an airship. No worries about physics or how much weight must be at the bottom of that massive thing. I’m sure there’s a gear-driven anti-grav device powering the ship behind the scenes. And flapping those wing-fins for no apparent reason. The finished block will be 12×12 inches. That
It’s time for February’s block of the month in our GeekMom steampunk-themed quilt. t’s never too late to get started, and it’s never too late to get caught up. This month, the pattern is a steampunk staple – the hat with goggles. Whether you’re using them to go racing in experimental vehicles or weld together mad science inventions, you really can never have enough goggles.
My daughter is busy sewing her third quilt in this picture, using her Hello Kitty sewing machine. If you have the ability to sew, it’s a skill you should pass to your kids. If you don’t have the ability, you should learn together. I had a girl first, so we taught her first, but we are teaching my son sewing as well. In my case,
In September I attended a steampunk convivial in my home town, naturally this required creating a steampunk costume. For someone whose sewing experience at the point of buying my ticket consisted of reattaching a few buttons to shirts, that was a pretty daunting prospect. Thanks to YouTube, Threadbanger and a lot of time on Google, I eventually managed to create a costume that looked pretty
I don’t know how Kyla Mae’s Geeks Gone Wild fabric line has escaped my notice. I suspect it’s been escaping me for a while, though, since Space Invaders is sold out all over the web. You can still get several others on fabric.com and other places, though. There are four to choose from. You can have your Space Invaders in classic black and white: Or