Okay—this is clever.
An avid knitter named Abigail has developed a way to make a scarf into a fully functional maze that’s great for people with “fidgety fingers”. The pattern allows you to push a marble from one end of the maze to the other. [click to continue…]
If you’ve been admiring all of this wonderful cosplay and thought to yourself “I wish I could do that”, the upcoming book The Hero’s Closet: Sewing For Cosplay And Costuming might be a good place to start. [click to continue…]
McCall’s has added two new designs in their cosplay pattern lineup: Wayfaress and Thirst. [click to continue…]
Wolverine with electrified claws is like a gun that fires chainsaws. It’s overkill—literally. Still, the Hacksmith couldn’t resist making the claws a reality. [click to continue…]
Watch as Adam Savage builds an upgraded bandolier for his beloved Chewbacca costume. His frustration is your entertainment. [click to continue…]
Did you know that Krysten Ritter aka Marvel’s Jessica Jones is hopelessly obsessed with knitting? [click to continue…]
In the video below, cosplayers Elizabeth Rage and Hendo will show you how to put together a Peacekeeper costume from the upcoming game For Honor. It requires a bit of effort and skill, but the end results are fantastic. [click to continue…]
Cosplayer Cassandra Leigh is taking her Mercy cosplay to the next level with a staff that actually spins. [click to continue…]
McCall’s has launched two new options in their cosplay pattern lineup: Ribbon Candy and Victor. [click to continue…]
This is not a good look.
Prescription glasses are generally pretty expensive, though companies like Warby Parker have made stylish designs more affordable in recent years. So why would someone try and make a pair from scratch? Because that’s what “How To Make Everything” does. It’s right there in the name.
I will say that watching the video below will certainly help you to appreciate the advantages of an industrial society. [click to continue…]