With a speed and dexterity unmatched by mortal knitters, this superhero can whip up anything with her needles and the right yarn. Tell us your story about this particularly crafty hero.
You can't buy this star-spangled Wonder Woman sweater, but if you have the knitting chops, you can make it yourself.
You can enact your own Legend of Korra spiritual puppet show with these mittens, modeled after Raava, the spirit of peace and light, and Vaatu, the spirit of chaos and darkness. Just have an arm wrestling match to decide who will emerge victorious during Harmonic Convergence.
The knitters at Frivolite Handcrafts have come up with a cold weather accessory fit for a Hobbit. Through a series of simple images, this scarf retells Bilbo Baggins' story from the Shire and back again.
In downtown San Mateo, Calif., an unsuspecting tree has been yarn bombed, transforming it into a great blue squid.
Dutch designer and illustrator Noortje de Keijzer has designed a life-sized knitted body pillow in the shape of a man.
Put your little one in this knit Dalek jumper and make sure that her first word is "exterminate," and she'll be on the road to Doctor Who fandom or becoming a murderous cyborg. Either way, she'll look adorable during those formative early years.
Tracy Widdess' Brutal Knitting is a series of creepy and colorful hand-knit masks inspired by science fiction and horror. They're perfect for wearing on face or placing on a spike as a warning to other monsters.
If you want to make sure no one touches your journal or that hands stay off your books until you're done reading them, this creepy-cute monster book cover is happy to oblige, baring its teeth at any who dare reach for its spine.
Because normal ski masks don't inspire the terror of species-wide assimilation, Redditor k80k80k80 knitted up a Star Trek Borg head to keep heads cold — and passersby on their toes — come winter. I'd say it could use a red light beaming out from the side, but really, this thing is plenty terrifying as is.
Winter is the perfect time to cozy up in front of a fire and knit. But there's no reason those yarn projects can't celebrate our love for all things science fiction and fantasy. Here are 20 awesome free knit/crochet patterns.
Artist Mark Newport has learned how to keep all the superheroes warm in the winter, with his knitted super-onesies. But that's not all. They also make an important statement about masculinity. Gallery of yarns below!
Knitting artist and Cylon sympathizer Thea has created a fantastic Centurion stocking cap. More details and pics await you, but if BSG isn't your flavor, how about a Twilight knit to spark your interest?
I'm not a big letter-writing campaign person, but a line has been crossed when the BBC starts taking away cute knitted dolls that look like Doctor Who monsters. Apparently some kind of copyright nonsense inspired a wanker at BBC legal to force the nice knitter at Mazzmatazz to remove all the cool patterns posted…