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Chop! Slice! Separate Yolk!: Cooking Mama Apron

by Lambert Varias
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Heads up cooking game fans who also like to cook in real life! This is the apron for you.

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Crafterbation, whose name is as awesome as her crafterbating skills, turned an ordinary apron into something most legendary by adorning it with the…uhm…”FAILED!” graphic of Cooking Mama. Hmm. I’m on to something here. Anyway.  Here’s the original graphic:

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And here’s the felt applique version:

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Minus the gigantic “FAILED!” of course. Here’s an excerpt from Crafterbation’s crafterbating walkthrough: “So I got to work making patterns from the screen cap of the game. Then I traced all the patterns onto paper-backed, double-sided fusible webbing. When I was done tracing, I ironed the fusible webbing onto the felt and got to cutting.” Fusible Webbing. This post has some of the best words ever.

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As good as the apron looks in these pictures, I think the person who received this gift will love how the layers of felt literally add depth to Mama.

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Writerbator. Ejaculetter. Dammit. It’s no good.

[via Crafty Crafty]

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