Catherine Elhoffer’s having a wonderful time making new sweater designs and she’s really gone and done it now. Look at these oversized Harry Potter-inspired kimono knitted shrugs!
Much like her previous sweaters, each shrug has animal representations of the Hogwarts houses, only these are knitted down the wearer’s right side in a staggered totem (faces will be made slightly smaller in production). There are also two pockets, one of which is long and narrow (for your wand of course).
Catherine says these kimono styles are One Size Fits Most with short shrugs for those of us under 5’5 and tall shrugs for those of you above that. (Hi up there!)
The shrugs are currently up for pre-order and they’re priced at $65.00. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Dammit Loungefly. I barely resisted the Marvel bags and now they go and make a bunch of new bags and accessories for The Nightmare Before Christmas. Backpacks, duffles, coin bags, totes, wallets. So much NBX goodness!
The two-sided tote and the mini backpack are singing to me. Here’s comes Halloween… [click to continue…]
While we certainly appreciate the the cardboard D.Va mech, you have to give credit to Daniel Ramos and his wife for going the extra mile and putting together this masterpiece for NYCC. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
We have seen many variations on solar system necklaces, and even one or two necklaces that focused on fictional planets. These handmade earring designs from Lauren Beacham would be a perfect paring.
They’re available in a mismatched solar system design or moon phases for $45.
Planning on cosplaying as a Little Sister from BioShock? Good news – Adafruit have you covered on the “giant menacing syringe” front. Not only have they provided instructions on how to 3D-print your own big ol’ scary stabbin’ needle, they’ve also provided the files you need for your printer. Isn’t that nice of them? Get all of the info below. [click to continue…]
Cosplayer Lyumos has an eye for detail, as you can see with her recent cosplay of Keira Metz from The Witcher 3.
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The outdoor setting is spot on, and the costume detailing is incredible. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Apple’s newest iPhone has no headphone jack and there are people out there (like me) who worry about the new AirPods falling out of their ears and being lost forever.
Cue 3D Printing company M3D, who’s here to help with a pattern for Twisty Earbud Catchers, made to, you guessed it, catch your AirPods when they liberate themselves. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Earlier this year we featured Alyson Tabbitha’s exceptional cosplay of Lightning from Final Fantasy XIII. Now Alyson has put together videos showing how she put every piece of the cosplay together, from the wig to the costume to that incredibly detailed makeup. Check out her tutorials below. [click to continue…]
Yesterday, we showed you Musterbrand’s upcoming Star Wars Rey sweater, but today is all about their Zelda collection and it includes items you’ll need if you want to survive the winter: a coat, hooded shirt, cape knit hoodie, a scarf, and a backpack (you’re on your own for pants and shoes).
I kind of want it all. If I had to, I could live without the coat and the scarf, but why make me choose? Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Steampunk Doctor Who Sonic Screwdriver cosplay. That’s a really cool idea. Imagine a group cosplay featuring every different design. YES!
It’s the work of cosplayers Ishere Lartnec (Eleven’s Sonic) and Xatram Cosplay (Ten’s Sonic), and they went an extra step of making it Steampunk. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]