I've never been a particularly crafty person (except perhaps in the mwahaha sense). Knitting, crocheting, quilting, or even basic sewing are arts I've never taken the time to learn, let alone master. Even if I did grasp the basics, I doubt I would have the creativity to design anything terribly impressive — unless I had the right inspiration.
What inspires artist and iOS developer Glenda Adams is the Apple II. She's taken the 8-bit computer and used it as a basis for a impressive variety of needlework. From Karateka  to Ultima  and more, she has painstakingly adapted these iconic images into her own miniature tapestries, currently on display in her home and on her Twitter.
Adams, a games developer since 1988 , has a savvy and relevant social media feed, tweeting on the occasion of KansasFest  and demonstrating a wicked sense of humor in line with Apple Inc.'s latest developments.
— Glenda Adams (@glenda_atom) May 30, 2018 
Although her work is currently not for sale (nor is she accepting commissions), you can check out her #nerdstitch  hashtag for more examples of her work, which expands beyond the Apple II to include Mac software and classic arcade games. Read more about her creative process at Cult of Mac .