Tesla was born on this day, July 10th, in 1856! Don’t know him? Read more about his legacy and life here. Check out this amazing art deco Tesla portrait, cross-stitched by SquddiyLumpkins. Based on this…
Made by LolaNova and you can access the tutorial here.
July 4, 1862 is Alice in Wonderland Day, the day that commemorates Lewis Carroll’s first telling of the famous children’s story to his young inspiration, Alice Liddell.
Yes, ALL of the patterns are available! Designed by Claudia Giardina. h/t to The Crochet Crowd, I miss you guys!
Finn’s been studying birds at school, so this week he has a bird for his Finn’s Pick. It’s common tern and the amigurumi is designed by Grietje Karwietje. Get the FREE pattern here.
Good pick, Finn! Pattern by Amigurumi Fair, available via Ravelry.
It’s a cuteness explosion! For more details about this patter, visit Mary J’s web site.
Great girdle of Aphrodite I LOVE this hat! Get a head start on the holiday season (I know it’s only June, but let’s face it, this year is flying by) … a perfect gift for…
I love the simplicity of this beautiful rainbow piece! Made by Maria Georgieva.
… because that what we do, we knit and we crochet things. Here’s the crochet version: And here’s the knit version: Designed by Natalia of Elfmoda.
This adorable princess is a big fan of Yoko Ono’s film Fly, which is a great coincidence because I am too! Get Anna Vozika’s crochet pattern.
Perfect for any type of weather, I love this cowl! Get the pattern from Leisl Shanley via Ravelry.
F for Finnegan, of course … what were you thinking? ? Get the FREE pattern from Jenifer Spock-Rank via Ravelry.
Get the pattern from Amber Allison via Ravelry.
This fun piece is from a 2011 “exhibition of surreal sculptures in which vintage taste and contemporary appeal meet halfway.” Her two loves are crochet and recycling, in case you haven’t guessed! See more of…
This huge yarn bomb creation has gone up in the village to remind everyone it’s Somerset Day this Thursday, May 11th. For those who don’t know, Bishops Lydeard is a village in Somerset, England. Get…
And no, that’s not a spelling mistake, I really do mean Egg Sheeran … thought I would clarify, since the real Mr. Sheeran is dealing with his own spelling-related issues this week. Bonus Egg: Trumpty…
We are all chameleons … Crocheted by Owl_Victorika.
I know that feelings are mixed about this bird, but as a Canadian and avid birdwatcher, I must confess that I love it! Get the pattern via amigurumipatterns.net.
The first time Finn saw this tiny sloth he said, “that’s adorable” and kissed the computer screen. Get the Zippy the Baby Sloth pattern via Ravelry, designed by Holly Faith Salzman.
Did you know that the collective name for a group of butterflies is kaleidoscope? I love facts! These patterns are designed by MieksCreaties and available via amigurumipatterns.net.
This is so great! Get the pattern from Little Raven Fiber Arts via Etsy.
Finn was so excited when he spotted this on Etsy. He wants me crochet him a slug army for his room! You can crochet your own slug army too, get the pattern from Cheezombie’s Etsy…
I love this stitch, it’s so sweet. Designed by Bethany of Whistle and Ivy, get the FREE pattern via Crafts By Amanda.
If only it were convertible! Pattern by Millionbells, available via Etsy.
Squee! Look at these adorable YinYang Kitty Ankle Socks by Geena Garcia! Get the free pattern via Ravelry!
Need an idea for a costume? Here’s an awesome idea from down under: Made and shared by crumpart.