Other ASoIaF crafts

Like I said, finding crafts people have made is hard, especially since when I Google “ASoIaF crafts” I get a lot of links talking about Martin’s writing craft. But I’m trying to make this as complete as possible in the future, so if you know of anything that can be added, please leave a comment.

Inn at the Crossroads is a simply glorious blog that makes recipes mentioned in the books. Nothing makes my mouth water like going to this blog and drooling over pictures of beef and bacon pies.

There are some neat projects that have been made by the good people over at Craftster. Here is a link to pictures from a themed swap that was done (sadly, no tutorials!), here is a nifty Stark crest and here is a direwolf-embroidered pouch.

Etsy has some crafts for sale, but not as many as, say, Harry Potter or Star Wars. This must change, people!

While not specifically aimed at ASoIaF fans, Stella Four did point out some wolf and dragon crafts that you can make.

And while makeup doesn’t really fall into a craft, per se, Meredith Jessica’s Game of Thrones makeup series is too beautiful not to include in this list.

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So, This Happened

Hello, there. My name is Elissa and I am a Throneaholic. I got into Game of Thrones through the TV series (go ahead and judge) and am now plowing through the books. So, as I was watching/reading, I got the urge to make a Winter Is Coming scarf. So I looked to see if somebody had made a pattern. I couldn’t find one. That’s cool, I thought, maybe someone had other crafts I could look at. So I Googled “Game of Thrones crafts.” Not a lot of results. So I looked at places like Ravelry and Etsy. I got very few results. My conclusion: the world was seriously in need of a ASOIAF craft blog.

And so BAM here it is! I’ve got fabric and thread for some lovely sigil hankies and yarn for my Winter Is Coming scarf. I’ll be sharing pictures and updates as I go along, and hopefully I won’t fuck it up too much. For now, I have to pretend to do work, so I’ll see you later.