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Tag: Knit

Pac-Man Ghost Hats Gobble Heads, Not Dots

Pac-Man Ghost Hats Gobble Heads, Not Dots
I can’t decide if these Pac-Man skull caps are awesome or just weird. Let’s just go with awesomely weird. The colorful ghosts of video games past make yet another appearance, this time as crocheted hats. Crafter ShadowsInTheNyte hand knits these goofy ghost hats to look like familiar video game characters.

Link Knit Amigurumi: Cuter Than a Bowl Full of Kittens

Link Knit Amigurumi: Cuter Than a Bowl Full of Kittens
Looks like hero of Nintendo’s Zelda Juggernaut has gotten yet another makeover. This time, he’s been immortalized in adorable knitted amigurumi form. Crafter Artoo1121 of Geek Central Station has really gone the extra mile with this amazingly detailed little Link.

Ya Gotta Believe in This Parappa Chapeau

Ya Gotta Believe in This Parappa Chapeau
Parappa the Rapper has got to be one of the greatest rhythm matching games of all time. From its whimsical 2D cartoon character designs to its hysterical lyrics, it’s a true classic. Now you can pay homage to the paper-thin Parappa by donning the same hat that the eponymous paper-thin dog wore in the game.

Space Invaders Sweater: What, No Sequins?

Space Invaders Sweater: What, No Sequins?
With cooler seasons just around the corner, here’s something to warm the cockles of your heart. It’s a hand knit Space Invaders sweater. Kansas City crafter n2Imaginations hand makes these custom sweaters from acrylic yarn to keep you nice and toasty on those cold Winter nights.

Hand Knit Pac-Man and Pals

Hand Knit Pac-Man and Pals
Check out these wacky crocheted 3-dimensional versions of Pac-Man and his cohorts. Artist Carey Huffman hand knit these little versions of the yellow dot gobbler along with his ghostly pals Inky, Blinky, Pinky and Clyde. She’s even gone to the trouble to create this pattern guide for you to create your own.

The Hand Knit iPhone

The Hand Knit iPhone
Seems like the latest trend in technology is to make fabric versions of your favorite electronic gadgets. A couple of weeks back it was the felt Nintendo. This week, some kid’s Mom was way too cool, and knit him a wool iPhone.