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/
… the slug life chose me. Slug by Caroline Bletsis. Slug pattern by Lesley Stanfield.
Grumpy Yeti is the result of No Nap Time‘s experimentation with polymer clay and crochet: I would say it’s a success! Thanks for sharing Angela!
:: FEATURED BY CRAFT ON AUGUST 6th, 2014: http://makezine.com/craft/cable-wristers-with-leds :: About a month ago I made a pair of wristers with Lion Brand’s Martha Stewart Glitter Ribbon and a slightly modified version of the Grace…
“I like it, but it’s yellow, and I’m like, I didn’t want yellow for my engagement ring.” Paris Hilton
I’m really digging these crochet superhero snails by FallenDesigns.
I love how the placement of the skulls tapers off the edge … Hat tip to Carine Malhomme.
Gorgeous, right? She makes them in silver too. Check out Dafna’s Etsy shop, dafnadagan.
This cape is fantastic too: Shared by Takako.
Made by Valérie Loreaux aka Little Emma K. Visit her online: littleemmak.com
Thanks for sharing Naomi! Naomi is looking for collaborators – follow her at @naomiRAG and visit her site: thewillowwanderer.wordpress.com
Maybe the best Star Wars-themed fibre hack ever!! Dearest Debi’s crochet tutorial is here and a hat tip goes to to Zoe at Lion Brand for the discovery!
… and what better way to celebrate than to gaze upon this gorgeous crochet Canadian flag pillow? Lovely work via Crow’s Feet Chic. HAPPY CANADA DAY!!