Scifiinterfaces.com is thrilled to announce the completion of…a follow-up book!
From the back cover:
Few people realize the indelible mark that crafting in general—and sewing in particular—have made on science fiction as a genre. Building on the success of the original work, Make It Sew: Crafting Lessons from Science Fiction scours the history of popular and obscure science fiction to find and analyze the best patterns from the textile arts.
- The fabric of the Federation
- Seam Reapers
- Lilo’s stitch
- Famous and infamous seamsters: From Picard’s plackets to Darth Quilt
- Warp & Weft
- The rise of the RoboBobbins
Early Praise for Make It Sew:
from Lands Ford, Indiana
host, Project Runway: Under the Gunn
President of the Colonies
Fans of the book will be excited to learn of a companion website, scifiinterfacing.com. Let me know in the comments below if you’d like to be on the mailing list for when it goes live!
Credit where credit is due:
- Han Sewlo is holding a Star Wars quilt actually made by RobinLovesQuilting. Check it out on her blog.
- Leeloo did not knit that herself. It’s from Dorothy Perkins.
- Picard is working on a sampler straight from the hilarious Subversive Cross Stitch, specifically the “Bitch, Please” kit. Go buy one, because awesome.