Zelda: The Quilt of Power
I’ve had the Zelda tune running through my head for weeks now. Now up on Etsy.
The Legend of Zelda may have introduced an entire generation to the joy of colorful worlds of monsters and heroes filled with melodies of bleeps and bloops, all contained in a little plastic box connected with wires to the TV.
Bosses and Triforces, dungeons and new swords, secret doors and endless maps; these inspired fear and joy beyond anything a 256×224 set of pixels wavering on an ancient CRT had any right to do. Return to that world by way of a 64-by-64 grid of pixels emblazoned in all their low-resolution glory across a 100% cotton quilt. Octorok and Leever threaten Link amidst the rocky Overworld’s bushes and water, as a Darknut patrols in his Underworld dungeon.
– Approximately 64″ square.
– Made from 100% cotton fabric and batting.
– Machine wash cold, tumble dry low.
– Pieced and quilted by machine in smoke-free, pet-free, and geek-friendly home.
And some details:
Fun photo time outside.
So what’s next? Flowers… paisely… gingham… get the idea? I need to do a girly, flowery quilt or two and then I’ll do Mario.