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Picture of Minecraft TNT Tissue Box Cover

Minecraft is awesome! It looks awesome and it is fun to play. Its pixelated style goes perfectly with needlecrafts like plastic canvas. I decided to make up a tissue box cover with plastic canvas in the style of the Minecraft TNT block. Enjoy!

PS: Thank you to Jessyratfink for finding and suggesting the location that was used for this picture.

 
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Step 1: Supplies and Pattern

Picture of Supplies and Pattern
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Supplies:

  • 7 Mesh Plastic Canvas (can be hard to find in stores and I needed 2 sheets in order to cut out all the pieces)
  • #16 Metal Yarn Needle
  • 3 Shades of Red Yarn (dark, medium, and light) (I actually used the dark and light to make my medium)
  • 3 Shades of Grey/White Yarn (dark, medium, and light)
  • Black Yarn
  • Square Tissue Box (red preferably, though it will be covered and doesn't really matter)
  • Scissors and Exacto Knife (Exacto is optional if you need it)

Also, for the yarn, you don't want it too light or it won't cover the plastic canvas well. I used yarn that was Medium (4) weight. I used mostly Red Heart and Vanna. I got anything that was Medium weight in the color I needed.

The pattern is here for you to try to follow along with. I actually just looked at images online and went for it. But I wanted to write up the pattern just in case. In the next couple steps I'll talk about stitches, because instead of doing all short stitches or all long stitches I did 2 short with a long to imitate a pixel. I used MacStitch to make the patterns and with the free version you cannot save so you get a screenshot of what I did.

I searched the internet in order to see what the TNT block looks like. The side was easy to find and recreate and I found the top here.

Zabzab1 month ago

Thia is cool =D

Honestly I hate minecraft but this cool. #U ROCK
Crafted2982 months ago
Cool
Well done
ecsaul236 months ago

awesome work

Penolopy Bulnick (author)  ecsaul235 months ago

Thank you :)

antoniraj6 months ago

nicely done... what is that software you used for the pattern in Step 1..?

Penolopy Bulnick (author)  antoniraj6 months ago

Sorry about that! I meant to link to it in the first place. I added a link, it is called MacStitch. You can do a free demo which lets you do most things, but you can't save your pattern, so whenever I use it I have to take a screenshot of the finished pattern.

can we download this on windows?

yes, you got a free version of Winstitch 2014 but you can not save your work.

lynniehop6 months ago
I love how you have used the different shades of red to create a 'corrugated' type of texture. well done, it looks great ♡
Penolopy Bulnick (author)  lynniehop6 months ago

Thanks! I really love how that came out :)

shankybatra6 months ago
it look really great, i love it.
Penolopy Bulnick (author)  shankybatra6 months ago

Thank you :)

hunter9996 months ago

Awesome job! This looks great :-)

Penolopy Bulnick (author)  hunter9996 months ago

Thanks!

sunshiine6 months ago

I love the first picture wow! Thanks for sharing.

sunshiine

Penolopy Bulnick (author)  sunshiine6 months ago

Thank you! I was really proud of that picture :)

clockworkfish6 months ago

Awesome work!

Penolopy Bulnick (author)  clockworkfish6 months ago

Thank you!

mikeasaurus6 months ago
well, my sneezes are fairly explosive :D
Penolopy Bulnick (author)  mikeasaurus6 months ago

Then these tissues have you covered!

gcanders6 months ago

Great creation. Thanks for sharing.

Penolopy Bulnick (author)  gcanders6 months ago

Thank you :)

Wow! That totally looks like the real thing! Thanks for sharing:)

Kyle

Penolopy Bulnick (author)  KyleTheCreator6 months ago

Thanks for stopping by :)

Great!

Penolopy Bulnick (author)  emilyvanleemput6 months ago

Thanks!