Made and shared by Vendula Maderska. Get the pattern via Ravelry. PATTERN: Owl Rattle by Vendula Maderska SUGGESTED MATERIALS: This post contains affiliate links.
Na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na BATMAAAN! BONUS: BONUS FUNNY:
This is my favorite BB8 – well done Katie! Visit K80K80K80 on Facebook.
I am a big fan of Allison Hoffman’s work – it’s some of the best work out there. These characters from Star Wars: The Force Awakens were created for an upcoming #StitchWars show at the…
Who wants to play doctor? Made by Heather from HGS Designs, pattern available on Etsy.
Shared by Meri Greenleaf who says, “this robot is from the “Monster Tale” game for the Nintendo DS. It’s entirely custom made from a crochet pattern I designed on the spot. Most of the doll…
Paired with a sandwich, or delicious all alone, I love pickles yum.
*** Speaking of magic … Finn and I were asked to review this Kids Magic Wand set by Rhode Island Novelty. It’s good timing, because like many seven year olds, he’s beginning to develop an…
Poogie serves as one of the mascots of the Monster Hunter video game series. You can see more of meowchanto’s work on her Flickr stream and she has a fun Etsy shop too.
So many people flagged this amazing crochet playground for me – “Hey! Did you see this?” — even people who have absolutely nothing to do with knitting or crocheting! Well no wonder, look at this!…
One controversial politician, two crafts – which do you like best? Knit by Pat Wilson, read more about her knitted politicians in the Metro today (UK). Voodoo pin cushion spotted in the London version of…
It seems like everyone is loving this knitted Captain America costume; and rightly so – it’s incredible! See the “making of” Fangirl Physics’ knit Captain America costumer here. Avec knitting needles via Reddit user kittenborn:…
Thanks for the submission Denise Salway, aka ‘The Knitting Witch’.
Why knit a boring block when you can knit a magnificent monster block? Thanks for sharing, NeedleClicker!
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…
Brush, curling iron (or flattening?), scissors, comb … so fun! Made by Shelley’s Crochet Olé.
Made and submitted by Tracy Widdess.
Made and shared by bnkiti aka Takako. If you’re into miniature knits, you must follow her work.
Made and shared by Lucyravenscar (Angry Angel) who says, “I was asked to make this character, a background alien in the Cantina scene in Star Wars, for the lady who played her, Pam Rose.” How…
Wow! That’s small. Made by bnkiti.
Made by Carey Huffman, get the pattern here.
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.
in a good way! Made and shared by Kerstin aka Speckerna.
My favourite line from Katie’s pattern: “Line up propulsion pods with the decrease/increase lines along side of rocket.” So yes, let’s line up those propulsion pods, shall we?
Made by Crystal Tabor-Kosak, this amazing piece was once on on display at the Orange County, CA Fair! Pattern by Alan Dart.
Peppa Pig made and shared by Cinciut.
The perfect felted ray gun, made by NeedleNoodles.
Cute! This is the knitted version: Made and shared by NeedleNoodles, here’s the pattern via Etsy. Great news for those who crochet — get the pattern for the crochet version here.