Crafting the Marvel Universe

panovanator:

The Hawkguy wooden box

Pyrography along with embroidery were my very first crafts… Russia is very big on the whole “decorating things by burning them” thing and I remember doing it very young (at this point I just think my grandparents were a bit insane because I would not trust a 7-year-old with a soldering iron; but hey - I wasn’t raised in the Soviet Union, just born in it). 

As always, the Hawkguy (Matt Fraction and David Aja) holds a special place in my heart. It’s a rather small box (4.5 inches wide), pyrographed, colored with ink, with gold leaf for Kate’s aviators (because she is classy) and aluminum leaf for the rims and bumpers of the car. 

thiswilldrivemecrazy:

Winter Soldier Scarf pattern. 

Ok. I’ve never done a knitting pattern before, but this is the colour blocking (and kind of the stitch pattern) for the scarf. In the pattern, the black rows and the star are duplicate stitch over stockinette rows (see first image for scarf before embroidery). 

I am in the process of writing up written instructions. I will post them when they’re done (it’s taking a while). 

If you have any questions, please ask! 

Stained glass Iron Man by Art-Brother

rhodidy:

I just did

Hawkeye pillow - finished!

bluehwys:

Ever since I got the first trade of Matt Fraction’s Hawkeye, I’ve wanted to make this pillow.  Those targets were perfect, and this has been on my to-do list ever since.

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Ta-dah!!!

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Side one:

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Side two:

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Please ignore the scrapped up windowsill, lol.  That is all the dog’s fault. :)

The yarn is Red Heart (of course) in Lavender, Medium Purple, and White.  I followed the blooming flower cushion pattern by Attic24, without the petals, obviously.

So happy with how it came out!

myhandmadestuffs:

Best friends forever!

parvumautomaton:

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Kamala Khan Cross-stitch from the wonderful Ms. Marvel. Also including a creation gif, although I’m still working out the best way to make these.

starkscap:

Captain America socks, it’s my 4th pair of socks I’ve crocheted (bloody beginner) and I’m very proud of it.

Pattern basics from a book, the rest from my imagination.

niteowlworkshop:

SO I LEARNED MY PLUSHIES WERE FEATURED ON SEBASTIAN AND ANTHONY’S ICE BUCKET CHALLENGE! I’M SO HONORED! MY PLUSHIES ARE TOUGH ENOUGH TO TAKE ON 20 CHALLENGES!

This was the first time i made falcon plush! I made it specifically to give to anthony! They were the cutest! Anthony’s jaw dropped when he saw it and sebastian made sure it was in the photo we took together!

Check out my plushies in action here in the challenge!!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QFTvxCP7fpc&feature=youtu.be

buffdolls:

Sped up video of me making a perler bead portrait of the Winter Soldier. 

Edit: its 49x 67 so 3,283 beads.

Chibi Groot inspired plush by MrsVolv

a-twins:

Welcome to our new blog! We made it for your questions about making props, costumes and other stuff. These themes are in priority, but you free to ask anything! (if you can find something interesting about us except craft and cosplay)

No anonymous questions here anymore. But there you are welcome anyway you like it!)

ronn1ng:

Soooo my friend robozebra cross-stitched this for me for my birthday because she is JUST THAT COOL AND I LOVE IT

ronn1ng:

Soooo my friend robozebra cross-stitched this for me for my birthday because she is JUST THAT COOL AND I LOVE IT

whisky—tango—foxtrot:

Well, this is how I spent my morning after drinking lots of booze last night…

nnmpsn:

New Wednesday dress, finished just one day late!  (that’s OK, today is Comics Day for me anyway since I didn’t make it to the shop).  Proof of concept for the pattern (Butterick 6055) in advance of the Captain Marvel version I’m making for Dragon*Con.  Which I hope to make great progress on tonight (after getting my comics).  Watch out for me at the Carol Corps meetup as “1950 day dress Captain Marvel.” 

(also note how I’ve turned myself into a walking pun.)