She Crocheted a Locutus Amigurumi With a Working Laser and a Spinning Claw!

She Crocheted a Locutus Amigurumi With a Working Laser and a Spinning Claw!

Remember the Star Trek: TNG episode when Captain Picard is assimilated by the Borg and becomes Locutus? Yeah, well so does Christine Nast and it inspired her to design a Locutus amigurumi with, get this, a working laser on the side of its head!!Oh and no big deal, his arm prosthetic has a small motor that spins a claw!!

Crocheted Locutus Amigurumi With a Working Laser and a Spinning Claw!

And that’s not all folks … there’s a complete tutorial available via Instructables. Here’s the Ravelry link if you’d like to queue it.

Coincidentally, it’s also Sir Patrick Stewart’s birthday today … he’s 77 – Happy, Happy Birthday to you sir!





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