12 Geeky Crafts Perfect for Getting Your Pride On

My own project is to make a set of cloth napkins decorated with rainbow Star Wars symbols. This is a clone trooper helmet!

In the three-way Venn diagram from Crafty, Geeky, and LGBTQIA +, there is a magical midpoint at the intersection of all three. With that hat-trick folx in mind, what better way to celebrate Pride this month than putting together a selection of Pride crafts, preferably the geeky variety?

I’ve sorted my finds into different categories so you can find the crafting medium that suits your interests. This is by no means an exhaustive list, and if you can’t find something here that piques your interest, don’t be afraid to shake the internet yourself to see what comes out!

Knitting and crochet instructions

Gay Pride Pig

DoctorJCrochet

Gay pride pig amigurumi

Amigurumi (3D thread creatures) are always super cute, and this adorable rainbow pig pattern is no different. The manufacturer also has a few other Pride flag variations available in their shop.


TheCozyNerd

13. Doctor scarf

While not a Pride creation, the newest incarnation of the most popular time-traveling doctor is wearing a rainbow-striped scarf that is certainly worth claiming for the occasion! This pattern is specifically for crocheting, but a knitting magazine in the UK also offers a free download for its own knitted version.


CadistCreations

Cthulhu Amigurumi pride flag

He will bring about the end times and devour your soul, but he is sure to look cute in the process. This crochet pattern includes instructions for 16 different Pride Cthulhus.


whiteanubisstudio

DNA cable scarf

This is a knitting pattern for a long scarf using a DNA strand cable knit. The listing for the bisexual flag version is linked, but there are other versions in the manufacturer’s shop!


Cross stitch pattern

KellyLakeCrafts

Queer Science

With this listing, you will get several cross stitch patterns, all with a scientific flair (like the Queeriodic Table). The manufacturer donates all proceeds from the sale of these patterns to Queer Science, an organization that aims to give LGBTQIA + young people more acceptance in the STEM community. This organization is also local and based at the University of Minnesota!


Lemon help

Pride saber

This pattern uses the different colored blades of the lightsabers to create the Pride flag (Philadelphia variant)! The manufacturer also has samples for other Pride flags available in its shop.


TheUrbanStitches

Cube for initiative

Inclusivity is important when it comes to dungeons and dragons as well. This pattern shows the popular “When someone attacks a group member. . . “Motto and a pile of dice with different flag colors.


Kari Nakken

Trans unicorn

This pattern is an adorable tapestry style unicorn, all in the colors of the trans flag. By the end of June, the manufacturer will donate half of the proceeds from the sale of the sample to some trans advocacy and support groups listed on the linked website.


Different craft patterns

TheAthenaWorkshop

Pride Hearts Quilt

This full quilted pattern features heart patterns inspired by the Philadelphia Pride flag. The proceeds from the sale of this quilt pattern will go to Project Q, a queer nonprofit in Los Angeles.


AndABox

Pride Tie Dye Kit

This kit contains everything you need to create your own batik masterpiece, including some skittles to make sure you are energized for the task. The linked kit is for asexual pride, but the manufacturer has several kits for different Pride colors on their shop.


Princess honey planner

Pride sticker

Do you diary That’s smart too! Grab this set of rainbow planner stickers for a diary month themed month. A portion of the proceeds will go to Four Pillars Aberdeen in Scotland.


OutlandishOwlCrafts

Rainbow chain mail bracelet

This kit contains the materials and instructions to make a rainbow chain bracelet. A shiny flair with subtle geekiness!


Hope you can find something on this list to get your creative juices flowing. If you find any other craft that isn’t here I would love for you to share it in the comments below.

Happy pride!

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