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9 nerdy projects for you to knit and crochet

Category:
Accessories, Amigurumi, Baby items, Charts, Children, Crochet, Garments
Author:
Molly Todd
10 Apr 2015
9 nerdy projects for you to knit and crochet

Admit it: we all have a soft spot for a couple of those so-called ‘geeky’ franchises. Whether it’s a film, a comic book, a TV show or even a video game, we all have one we just can’t resist! Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could combine your nerdy pastimes with your love of yarn…? Well, now you can with our top 9 patterns!

Winter is coming! Quick, grab your pins and show your allegiance to your favourite Game of Thrones household with a colourful pair of mitts!

(Purchase and download the pattern from Margaret Warren over on Love Knitting)

Get crocheting some of Earth’s mightest superheroes – in snail form!

(You can purchase the download from Fallen Designs on Etsy)

These crocheted gloves will give you superpowers just like Iron Man! At least… we hope so!

(This is a free pattern from Louie’s Loops)

Is it a Tardis? Is it a mouse? It’s both: a Tardis mouse!

(Head over to Ravelry for the free pattern)

Bust your stash by crocheting yourself the cast members from the original Star Wars!

(lucyravenscar has the pattern for sale on her Etsy)

One scarf to rule them all… show off your double-sided knitting skills with a Lord of the Rings inspired accessory!

(You can download the pattern for free on Ravelry)

Gotta catch ‘em all – although crocheting over 700 Pokeballs might be a big ask!

(This pattern is free on Wolf Dreamer)

Gamers, take note! Now your dress up your little one as everyone’s favourite gaming character (or maybe we’re just being biased), Link, complete with sheath for baby bottle!

(Find the pattern for free on Happy Seamstress)

Is Harry Potter really everyone’s favourite wizard? It’s his best friend, Ron, who has all the coolest knitwear!

(The free pattern is available on Ravelry)

What’s the nerdiest thing you’ve ever knitted or crocheted? Let us know over on our Facebook and Twitter pages!

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