Welcome to A Geek's Garden Center, AKA my balcony, AKA my roof top! This will be a recurring feature so check in regularly to learn some tips and tricks for letting your inner plant geek grow! Let's talk about starting your garden.
For this month's pattern, I went with a theme we can all get behind...a love for geek girls. Love the geek girls out there making the world turn with their brains and passion in careers from STEM to pop culture and beyond. Love the sisterhood and empowering community that we create by being a geek girl.
What can symbolize the holidays and special occasions at Hogwarts ? My answer is Floating Candles ! Because most of Iggles have to act like muggles, here is a non-magical trick to create some!
I thought I'd try my hand at a Snow Globe DIY first. Guess what? They're super easy to make! Now you can make snow globes for your home with all the miniature things inside them! Dinosaurs, Star Wars figures, trees, whatever your heart desires!
Regardless of what winter holiday you celebrate, if any at all, snowflakes are a common decoration seen in the month of December. So this month's pattern is just that...a snowflake!
We are entering the cozy month of November before the holiday season kicks into gear. This seems like the perfect month to turn to a popular fandom and focus our pattern on a geekier subject: HARRY POTTER!!
This month's IggleStitch pattern is Halloween Monster Cross Stitch! We've got everything you need to get stitching, from the pattern to the thread colors!
DIY Ink Tutorial - by Camper Indigo Creating your own ink is a fun way to personalize your writing, and best of all, you can [...]
Since the IGGPCamp sigil cross stitch project was such a big hit and many people expressed interest in doing more, I've decided to organize a pattern-of-the-month for you to stitch. So let's get stitching, and check out this the autumn-themed September cross stitch pattern.
Take a break from the extreme weather and come indoors for some arts and crafts. Today, we have a very simple yet very versatile craft: salt dough!
Zines are homemade mini-books/magazines usually reproduced via photocopy and circulated among small groups. Here’s how to get started making your own mini-zines. It’s easy!
Did you know that you, yes you reading this right now have your very own unique set of super powers? It's true! Let's find out what they are and then make a superhero mask to help get you ready to save the day!
We are going to be creating a cross stitch project of the IGGPPCamp sigil to hang in your tent, cabin, blanket fort, or wherever your heart desires! Grab your supplies and let's get ready to stitch!
The ukulele (uke) is a small fretted instrument that, we’ll admit it, kinda looks like a small guitar. Modern ukes were developed from the Portuguese machada (or machete), which was brought over to Hawaii in the 1800s by settlers. Introduced to North America through the Panama-Pacific Expo in 1915, the uke became a popular addition to jazz bands in the 1920s, and has fans all over the world, particularly in Japan.