One of the many things that makes cosplay so awesome is that absolutely anyone can do it. The Department of Awesome Parenting salutes the Cosplay Parents, a mother and father duo who, inspired by their cosplaying daughter, are taking advantage of their retirement to cosplay their hearts out.
They like to cosplay complementary, age-appropriate characters such as Carl and Ellie from Pixar’s movie Up (as though Ellie survived to go adventuring with Carl) or Captain America and Peggy Carter as though they were able to grow old together. Awww!
Redditor FragmentedChicken spotted this groan-inducingly silly pair of structural formulas on the whiteboard in their chemistry classroom. We’ve all heard of formaldehyde, but… wait for it… “casual-dehyde” must be so laid-back and chill that it hasn’t made it into the textbooks just yet.
Every time I vagueblog about sexism in geek media, everybody assumes I’m talking about Joss Whedon. I mean, don’t get me wrong, much of the criticism that’s been directed at the man is wholly deserved, but it’s really starting to feel like Whedon has become a sort of sin-eater for male geekdom - like everything that’s wrong with the treatment of gender in geek media has been localised in him, thus leaving every other male writer blameless by proxy.
Solve the corners on the top face. Make sure the front and side faces form a T shape.
Step 3: Top 2 Rows - 5:22 From this step forward you simply repeat patterns. I am going to write these patterns in abbreviated form. T = turn the top face to the right T" = turn the top face to the left F = turn the front face clockwise F" = turn the front face counterclockwise R = turn the right face up R" = turn the right face down L = turn the left face up L" = turn the left face down B = turn the bottom row to the right B" = turn the bottom row to the left
A gift for your friend who loves The Big Bang Theory.
This pattern is rated quite easy and the majority of reviewers “loved it”. It’s knit it the round (no seams and so easy) with
US 7 - 4.5 mm circular needles. Sign up for a free account at Ravelry - it’s free and easy to do.
*A reminder that I add after every polymer clay I post:anything that touches unbaked polymer clay cannot be used on or with food ever again. So please don’t use those cookie cutters on cookie dough or that pasta machine to make pasta.
Below are 4 pics of this tutorial. At the link you can find lots of photos for this step-by-step DIY Hobbit Door.