Tag Archives: geek

It’s All Geek To Me

Greek Geek T-Shirt StencilGreek Geek tee, stenciled by Aalia

Sometimes, I have more ideas than I have time to share. While updating the Crafts page here on Sewhooked, I came across a couple of files I’d never uploaded. Mainly because they were ideas I had started working on and never quite finished up.

Thank goodness for friends!

Aalia noticed the Greek Geek stencil did not have a photo. Poor stencil, all alone at the bottom of the section with no photo of it’s own! She very graciously shared the photo of the tee she made with the same stencil so you could all see it in it’s geektastic glory.

Who doesn’t love a free stencil?

Let’s have it, then!

Greek Geek

Free Stencil

Get your Geek on!

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paper piecing: Quilt For Your Inner Genius

Pi 5" paper pieced pattern!
5″ Pi pattern only on etsy

Living in a house full of incredibly smart people, it was only a matter of time until their interests started bleeding into my crafting.  There have been cross-overs before with all sorts of fandom paraphanelia, from Star Trek to X-Men.

Now, it’s math.

I mean really, who doesn’t need a paper pieced Pi?

Alright, alright, it was my 11 year old son’s idea!  Happy now?

And for the curious…

From Wikipedia:

Pi or π is a mathematical constant whose value is the ratio of any circle‘s circumference to its diameter in Euclidean space; this is the same value as the ratio of a circle’s area to the square of its radius. The symbol π was first proposed by the Welsh mathematician William Jones in 1706. It is approximately equal to 3.14159 in the usual decimal notation

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