I know I’m late to the party on this one but how fantastic are these dolls? It’s all in the eyebrows, I reckon. Well done, Kate Park. Hat tip to Jen Brown, BoingBoing and CRAFT.
Look closely at this one … I see ribs, intestines, a kidney and a heart. What else? I had the idea to do something like this with the Jess Hutch robots I used to knit…
Have you seen this 1922 classic? Crocheted by Sara B. aka lusapal.
This is an amazing piece, I’m in awe – the details around the face are amazing: In process: Perfecting her skills in micro-amigurumi, Kim Lapsley shares some of her process, “His hair is brushed out…
Continuing today’s theme of film and television, Finn picked “Toothless” by Deadcraft Designs – based on the excellent How to Train Your Dragon films, of course! Thanks to Deadcraft Designs for the submission!
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Made and shared by the mysterious MW who says, “Muriel the leafy sea dragon is part of a series I’m working on focused on dragons in myth and nature”. Love it!
Made and submitted by Tracy Widdess.
Made and shared by Liz.
Made and shared by Juliette (aka los-sospechosos).
Pattern by TheSoftScientist, available on Etsy. The Pink Fairy Armadillo is an endangered species from Argentina. It was added to the endangered species list in 1996 and the current population of them is unknown.
My co-worker Petrina Tatara made this groundhog amigurumi in honour of Groundhog Day … Dear Wiarton Willie and Punxsutawney Phil — if you see your shadow today, play it cool, act normal and then DENY…
Made by Tapir Girl.
If you’re a fan of GIANT Microbes like I am, you’ll love this new project from Glasgow City of Science. It’s simply brilliant and the best part? You can get involved! GCS is collecting 980…
I’m tellin’ y’all, it’s a sabotage! Avec l’aviators: Made by Siân Hughes (who has since retired from making sock monkeys).
I bet you could whip up this quick … for the weirdo on your list. I can say that because I am a weirdo and I would LOVE this. Get the pattern from Carly Henry…
Made by Yarnington, pattern available via Etsy.
Made by Carey Huffman, get the pattern here.
“My father is a lepidopterist, an entomologist who specializes in moths. He is hard to please when it comes to realistic details. These little larvae are sure to impress the pickiest insectophile in your life….
Sara: Tegan just recently discovered that unicorns don’t exist. Tegan: I just thought they were extinct. This one’s for you Tegan: Made by RoxyCraft, spotted on Craftster. Unicorn thoughts by Tegan and Sara.
Made by Crystal Tabor-Kosak, this amazing piece was once on on display at the Orange County, CA Fair! Pattern by Alan Dart.
Earlier today I read an article about an Arkansas-based group called “Bosom Buddies” (one of many similar groups) who knit breast prostheses for women who have had mastectomies. “We found a real need for the…
Amanda Palmer was recently given “hand-crocheted Neil Gaiman and Amanda Palmer puppet likenesses in Perth by a gal named Krystel Rose Hewett (@zendarenn on Twitter).” So what did Amanda do with her amigurumi? She blogged…
Nautilidae. Wool, bamboo stuffing, wire. Made by Hansi Singh aka hansigurumi.
Peppa Pig made and shared by Cinciut.
Made by loveSHOKAY.
Made and shared by helenmakes — thanks for the submission, Helen!
The perfect felted ray gun, made by NeedleNoodles.