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Plastic Canvas Pattern for Minecraft Alex

by Aunt Kelley in Minecraft

Here is just a quick post for a pattern on Alex from Minecraft. I had reader asking about it, so I wanted to get it up as quick as possible. I borrowed a lot from [...]

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free plastic canvas pattern Minecraft Steve

Plastic Canvas Pattern for Minecraft Steve

Whew, I have finally finished this plastic canvas pattern for Steve! He was tough. I went through several versions of him before this one.  The hardest part was figuring out how to attach his limbs […]

Free Plastic Canvas Patterns for Minecraft

Free Plastic Canvas Patterns for Minecraft

Free Patterns, Tips and Tricks for Getting Started in Plastic Canvas for Minecraft Let’s get started on free plastic canvas patterns for Minecraft! Here is some info on the patterns I’ve created specific to Minecraft. General info […]


Plastic Canvas Pattern for Minecraft Cake

Happy Cake Day! I made this Minecraft cake for my son’s birthday. Actually, the first one I gave him had off-white yarn for the frosting. I guess I was going for buttercream, but I wasn’t […]

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Minecraft in Plastic Canvas Diorama W.I.P. #2

Just a few more pics of my Minecraft plastic canvas diorama work-in-progress. This all in prep for my future YouTube channel on needlepoint tutorials. There are so more details I need to get straightened out […]

Plants vs Zombies Lawn Battleground
Plants vs Zombies

Plants vs Zombies Front Yard

The battlegrounds/playing fields in Plants vs Zombies are fun and easy to make out of plastic canvas. The hardest part may be to track down plastic canvas large enough. The craft stores around my area don’t […]

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Aunt Kelley here. I love yarn and working with plastic canvas. I consider myself a textile architect and storyteller. I created this blog for sharing my free plastic canvas patterns. Most patterns can be adapted to cross stitch or perler beads. So let's play some Yarn Games!

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