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A Craft Directory of Ice and Fire

Below are links to ASoIaF/GoT crafts that I have found, since there seems to a lack of a central repository of this kind of thing. I’ll be updating it as I find new links.

But first, a couple of notes:

The introduction of the TV show under the name “Game of Thrones” rather than “A Song of Ice and Fire” can confuse things, as a crafter may list it under either name. Where applicable, I have linked to searches for both names.

I’ve also tried to narrow it down to ASoIaF-specific crafts. I’ve excluded more generic crafts (such as wolves, dragons, lions) just to keep it manageable, but if you would like to find those, a Google search will bring you more than enough results.

And now…

The List

Craftster is by far the closest thing to an all-in-one craft repository I’ve found. They have done a couple of themed swaps, and there are several one-off crafts that show up in the search results. Search results for “Song of Ice and Fire”  Search results for “Game of Thrones”

Etsy also has a lot of crafts for sale, but not as many as, say, Doctor Who or Harry Potter. BOO!  Search results for “Song of Ice and Fire”   Search results for “Game of Thrones”

deviantART is also a good source for craftiness. Search results for “Song of Ice and Fire”  Search results for “Game of Thrones”

Inn at the Crossroads is a ASoIaF-related food blog. Beef and bacon pies omnomnom.

Shiro Cosmetics offers a Seven Kingdoms collection of makeup.

Tam made some delicious ASoIaF-themed cookies.

SemiSweet made some amazing airbrushed dragon egg cookies.

Not Your Momma’s Cookie has a tutorial for an edible Dothraki horse heart.

Peter has designed a fabric pattern featuring a ton of house sigils. There is a Stark pattern by shaddock for sale as well.

Cateaclysmic Crafts has made a couple of direwolf scarves.

Knit Three Together has a free pattern up for a Winter is Coming beanie.

Shire Post Mint has come out with a series of Westeros-inspired coins.

International House of Geek has a tutorial on making your own dragon egg with a paper bag.

Speaking of dragon eggs, BJ has a tutorial for a metallic sheen egg made out of pinheads.

If you really want to go whole hog on your eggs, Blind Squirrel Props has a tutorial for a wood and silicone egg.

Gamer Wife has a tutorial on making a minimalist Westeros map out of cork.

Little Thread Crafts showed how to use a cross stitch iPhone case to freehand a Stark design.

If you prefer to have charts for your cross stitch, That Knitting Kidd has you covered.

Wrapped Up In Rainbows shows how to make Shrinky Dink GoT badges.

Krystal Higgins made instructions for GoT paper snowflake patterns.

If you have any links or crafts to add, please let me know in the comments!

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