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World of Geekcraft: Step-by-Step Instructions for 25 Super-Cool Craft Projects Paperback – March 23, 2011
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About the Author
Jay B. Sauceda is one of the seven founding partners of the creative collective Public School. He lives in Austin, Texas.
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Top Customer Reviews
I definitely would recommend checking this out of from the library and skipping purchasing it, it's a fun read but not something you will consult more than once.
The instructions are simple enough, the provided patterns useful, and it's all written with all the sorts of geek-snark necessary. Now I only wish there were more of it!! Where the sequel?
World of Geek Craft is dedicated to those who love all things sci fi, fantasy and more. Rather than solely relying on collectibles to purchase, Susan shares how to make our own pieces of pop culture gold.
What I love the most is that this book is perfect for guys and boys. With the right theme, they too can be lured into the world of cross stitch, mosaic art and sewing! I'm talking Buffy and Einstein to Star Wars and Harry Potter.
The reason every crafter needs this book is because at some point they'll come across a geeky family or friend that will need to specialty gift. This book is the best source for that!
The only trouble is, where to start?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The author of this book compiled many different projects inspired by different areas of geekiness. Many of them had never heard of, but there were common ones like Nintendo & Star... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Julia Vedders
I want to make everything in this book, though the more advanced crafts are a little out of my current abilities.Published 21 months ago by Hmmm
Overly Simple projects. Not very interesting or creative.Published on July 17, 2014 by heather whitesides
Love ALL the projects, and all the side notes and stories. Can't wait to get crafting.
Needed to add words.
Or should that be good geekness? Whichever you prefer, it's a great book for a crafty geek. I bought this as a gift for a friend and she loved it. Read morePublished on June 20, 2014 by Amazon Customer
This is not a geek project but a wannabe cross stitch book. Do not buy for boys, too much fabric and sewing and needlecraft.Published on June 18, 2014 by CF
Nerdy, introverted ex boyfriend loved it. Vivid pictures! I Don't think he ever used it though! Perfect gift for the artsy nerds in your life!Published on December 21, 2013 by Margaret Donohue