Made by hannah simpson aka cakeyvoice who says, “this was a knitting pattern for a hipster zine that never happened. and rightly so.” Ha!
Made and shared by Julia Cate.
Made and shared by Croshame. Read more about the piece and the artist who inspired it (Sarah Scherer) over at http://croshame.com/2012/05/07/tinker-tailor-felter-sigh/. p.s. there’s a big ol’ surprise on the other side of this felted sculpture…
Made and shared by Jill Watt. More about the project here: dappertoad.com/2012/04/theres-something-behind-my-sofa.html
Made and shared by Croshame. Blogged: http://croshame.com/2012/04/21/crochetin-in-blood/
This is such creative work. Made and shared by alzi23 who also makes pretty amazing zombies.
Made and shared by Pattyhearse.
Made and shared by Tracy Widdess, for more visit: brutal-knitting.tumblr.com
Wanna suck face? Spotted on flickr, photo by Olá Olá Bonjour TragedyTrousers!.
Made and shared by Quoin.
Made and shared by, who else, estonia76!
Made and shared by Sarah Hearn aka EssHaych.
How cool is that!? Made and shared by estonia76 – thank you!
I’m sorry I don’t have a source, if you know – leave me a comment below. Spotted via Thea Munster and Steve Burntalive Meek.
Made and shared by ixchelbunny aka charly mccafferty.
Made and shared by janama315.
Zombie candy & Shaun of the Dead monsters for swap by No Knit Sherlcok!.
Made by Charly McCafferty aka ixchelbunny.
Cthulhu Amigurumi by Monte A. Smith.
Made and shared by Julie aka littlecottonrabbits.
Made by Enna Design.
Submitted by Beth Hopkins of Fluffer Nutter Crafts.
This is awesome! Made by Jessica Puckett aka Plushroom Soup.
Submitted by Whenina.
Another brilliant piece by Katie Boyette aka caffaknitted.
Made and shared by fibrouspics who says, “April Fools! No hedgehogs were harmed during the taking of this photograph.“
Made and shared by Nik Tardew aka Lucy Bad Dog. “A shoggoth is a fictional monster in the Cthulhu Mythos. The being was mentioned in passing in sonnet XX (“Night-Gaunts”) of H.P. Lovecraft’s sonnet cycle…
… he’s watching you… not eat meat … This diorama was made by Nanae Ito, who says: “My hack utilizes the soft material of yarn and the cozy craft of crochet to create a diorama…