November was an amazing month on the Sprite Stitch forums! In honor of Sprite Stitch’s 5th anniversary, this month has been crammed full of mini challenges and giveaways. We’re planning another 5 years and we like to dream big, so check the website out and see what we have in store.
So the first mini challenge was to create something for Sprite Stitch’s birthday. The winner was LinkIsMyHomeboy. Who made this, a take on our symbol:
The larger two month challenge ended this month as well. It’s called the “Glow in the Dark” challenge because some element of the project had to glow. Many entries used glowing floss or blending filament. The winner, by a landslide, is TheMainlander with this awesome Batman idea:
I’ve also gone on quite a bit about this years Child’s Play charity quilts, and the first went up for auction and and Sprite Stitch members were able to raise $202.50!
We also had some amazing giveaways in November. If you haven’t joined the forums yet, come on over. It’s tons of fun!
The current challenge for December is Villains! So come on over and reminisce about your childhood gaming memories!
Born to British Aristocracy, the man now known as Lord Libidan discovered the art of cross stitch while in a Buddhist monastery high in the Himalayan mountains. After meditating on the craft for years, he emerged from his retreat ready to challenge the prevailing paradigm and elevate embroidery to new levels. Focusing his talents on video game and pop culture cross stitches, he produces work that pushes as the boundaries of the form.