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…
UPDATE: Here’s a pattern you can try: http://craftsy.me/1HqBkqu What do you think? Hat tip: CrowdKnitting
Ceeliah from Bad Mushroom has put together a really great tutorial for her amazing Dragon Eggs. As you can see, Game of Thrones fans will not be disappointed. And the pattern is FREE. Source: http://blog.bad-mushroom.com
Have you seen this 1922 classic? Crocheted by Sara B. aka lusapal.
Make a Halloween wreath – It’s a Grim Challenge! Full disclosure, I work at Lion Brand in the marketing department … we’re doing a Halloween challenge with the folks from The Crochet Crowd and I…
Basket made by Siobhan Demers, photograph via Michael Sellick of The Crochet Crowd.
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…
Let them starve! 3×3 square made by Scrappy Annie who says, “this shows the imprisonment of the Wolverhampton Suffragette, Emma Sproson.” Knitted, crocheted and knotted background with added applique of thread and painted hand made…
Amigurumi Diablo from the video game series of the same name, by Blizzard. Thanks to Deadcraft Designs for the submission!
Posted by American Rag Vintage.
Fun and free pattern to boot! Get the free pattern from from Mad Mim.
Made by Murat & Yusuf, hat tip MAKE.
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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