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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Brush, curling iron (or flattening?), scissors, comb … so fun! Made by Shelley’s Crochet Olé.
This is a gorgeous piece! If anyone feels I deserve a nice present, this would be a good one! Irregular Expressions is a family project based in Turkey.
Photograph by Jonathan Garbutt.
Made by Little Emma K aka Valérie Loreaux.
“Be careful not to disturb Domo, he sometimes farts when upset.” Made by gingergooseberry.
My son Finn picked today’s knithack and it’s a cute one! Available from Cassandra & Daniel’s Little Shop. Thanks Finn! XO
Submitted by Thomas Chung. Exhibited as part of a group exhibition at Bloom Art Space in Shanghai, China. (Photography by Bo Guo)
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 by Kate from Greedy for Colour. Hat tip to Kathryn Vercillo, thanks Kathryn!
Just yesterday I was thinking, hmmm, wonder if any crafty folks have knit or crocheted any of the Belcher family? The answer, my friends, is below! Bob’s Burgers Amigurumi by SmileFelt Tina Belcher by Ham…
Thanks for the submission Sheila, this is spectacular! So stunning!
Made and submitted by Tracy Widdess.
Olek’s statement on her latest piece, “I chose to crochet this piece to bring awareness to the state of the world’s oceans and promote the preservation of marine life. To reiterate Jason deCaires Taylor’s statement,…
Read all about it over at her blog. She wants to know, what should she yarnbomb next?
Back in 2009 we posted these silly and fun Mork gloves made by alabamawhirly. It seems appropriate to re-post today as we all mourn and try to come to terms with the sudden and sad…
Form and function – you can really wear them! Made by Fruit Punch.
These are actually functional – you can wear them! Made by Fruit Punch.
WOW!! “Film Muffler” is a boy-meets-girl love story. Miho Yata’s stop motion work is great and Mie Yanashita’s piano music is perfect! Enjoy! Visit Miho’s site: http://www.hh.iij4u.or.jp/~yatamiho/