A collection of twenty-five fun and unique Star Trek–inspired crafts—from accessories to decor to toys—ideal for enterprising crafters of every skill level.
Create 25 unique Star Trek–inspired crafts with The Star Trek Craft Book! Whether you’re a “Trekker in Training” or a seasoned craft whiz, you’ll find a project in these pages to pique your interest.These fun, quirky, and even practical crafts range from accessories to décor to toys. Boldly experiment with a variety of crafting projects, including crochet, sewing, embroidery, felting, and much more. Each project is ranked according to complexity and skill level—from Ensign to Admiral—and accompanied by easy to follow instructions and photos. Full of Star Trek facts and imagery, crafty tips, and fun, The Star Trek Craft Book is perfect for Star Trek fans and enterprising crafters alike.
Angie Pedersen started on her geek path early, watching the original Star Trek series with her dad. Though her firstborn is named James T., her interests are not confined to Star Trek—she also has a particular fondness for the “Whedonverse” and comic book heroes. Angie is a multi-crafter—in addition to knitting and crochet, she also enjoys scrapbooking (paper, digital, and hybrid), a little sewing, and up-cycling. Angie regularly contributes posts for the website GeekCrafts.com and is the author of three bestselling scrapbook journaling books: The Book of Me, Growing Up Me, and The Book of Us.
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