Hats

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The next time you’re out LARPing, you need to take something like this fantasy elven hood with suede leather maple leaves. It’s medieval nerd camo!

This hood is made made to order and is completely customizable; from the colors of the wool, lining, and suede, to the shape of the leaves, the fabric, and the pattern. That’s pretty cool, if you ask me.

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Baymax is a cute and huggable character, and now he’s been turned into a cute and snuggly hat. The pattern is available from Sarah of Repeater Craft Me and is less complicated than many due to the fact that it’s all one color. Leave it to Baymax to make the lives of crocheters easier.

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These fun hats let you indulge in a little cosplay while keeping warm from this winter’s terrible weather. Each is made from toasty warm fleece and has long side flaps that you can wrap around your face. There are also built in pockets in case your fingers get cold.

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Jenny Rae is one of the most creative people I follow on the interwebs. It doesn’t matter if she’s DisneyBounding, crafting, or making videos – everything she does is awesome. She recently put together a DisneyBound take on Groot from Guardians of the Galaxy and made a pair of matching tree-like mouse ears for the occasion. The internet squealed in adoration so she decided to put some of the spectacular Groot mouse ears in her Etsy store.

The bad news? The six pairs she made have already been sold. The good news? She might make more. Keep your eye on Lil Rae Cakes.

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Star Wars is everywhere. It turns up in places you might not expect such as Pike Place Market in Seattle. Dan Gregory runs 1976 it’s just art out of the North Arcade at the market, and he sells a variety of hand-painted hats. Star Wars characters and quotes feature prominently among his work, and Gregory’s part graffiti, part caricature art style works really well with the galaxy far, far away. He manages to make a lot of detail into each piece despite the relatively small size of the canvas. These hats would make great gifts for fans and maybe even collectors.

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Riot Games has just launched its League of Legends store, so prepare to start emptying your wallet. There are hoodies, track jackets, and t-shirts along with the most adorable plush hats. You can choose from a Teemo or Corki hat and look fantastic while you’re keeping warm this winter.

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If your kitty hails from the land of ice and snow and thinks nothing of charging into battle against the family dog–then you may want to buy this Crocheted Viking Helmet. It’s made by Etsy seller iheartneedlework, and it can be tailored to fit your cat (or even your small dog). It’s made from 100 percent acrylic yarn—and yes, there are ear holes for your kitty too.

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Once upon a time there was a magical hood that turned people into unicorns and kept them warm. It was made from cotton and polyester and featured a rainbow mane and a golden horn and looks a lot like the Magicorn Hood pictured above. Besides featuring a hood to keep your head warm, the unicorn accessory also has pockets to put your hands/hooves in.

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The temperatures are dropping which means winter is on its way! As you’re preparing for cold winds and snow flurries, why not update your winter wardobe with some new geek fashions?

Whether its clothing or accessories, you can find gear for the chilly weather that’s inspired by basically every fandom. Find a variety of comfy, stylish winter options for both men and women after the break.

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DIY Krang Hat

If you’re not fully committed to making an elaborate Krang from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles costume like this one, you can cheat and simply craft a Krang hat. Instructables user ashleyjlong made the hat for an art gallery project and then realized it would work well as part of a costume. All you need is pink fleece or an already-made pink fleece beanie, felt, black paint or yarn, glue, stuffing, and basic tools.

Creating Krang’s creepy but cute face is pretty straightforward, and this is definitely a project you can tackle in an evening. So, if you still don’t have any kind of Halloween costume to wear, this is a good last minute idea.

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