World of Geekcraft: Step-by-Step Instructions for 25 Super-Cool Craft Projects

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Chronicle Books, Mar 25, 2011 - Crafts & Hobbies - 192 pages
Geek meets craft in this fun collection of 25 kooky projects for geeks of any affiliation, from D&D dice earrings, Star Trek pillows, and Super Mario cross-stitch to Star Wars terrariums, a Morse code quilt, and much more! Organized by difficulty from "Not a Jedi Yet" to "Warp Speed," World of Geekcraft covers a range of popular crafting techniques including beading, quilting, appliqué, embroidery, and needle felting. Best of all, it's easy to get started with step-by-step instructions and handy templates included in the back of the book. With lots of photos and plenty of geekery throughout, this one-of-a-kind book shows that geek and craft go together like...pixels and cross-stitch!
 

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Very unusual crafts, not sure how many I would make. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
6
Easy Projects
9
Intermediate Projects
45
Advanced Projects
103
Glossary
146
Resources
150
Acknowledgements
153
Index
154
Templates
157
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Susan Beal writes for CRAFT, Stitch, ReadyMade, CraftStylish, Geekcrafts.com, and her own blog, Westcoastcrafty.com. She lives in Portland, Oregon.

Jay B. Sauceda is one of the seven founding partners of the creative collective Public School. He lives in Austin, Texas.

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