Brighten up! It's time for some serious colors to start showing up at home!
Ooh will you crochet acorns and bury them in my living room?
I can't help imagining that it would be so awesome to bury my nose in these squishy sundaes and sleep in a pile of them. So sweet!
This robot here loves to cuddle so don't let his "metal" exterior scare you he was knitted with love and kindness.
Some moms may have a fit if you get your love immortalized in a real tattoo. This should make any mom happy without a heart attack.
If there's one thing that needs a hand-knitted cover, it's definitely a bike seat. I need something to soak up the rain.
Totoro may not be great with chess strategy, but his heart's in it.
There's nothing better than a traditional, cozy cable-knit sweater. Even a snowman can agree.
This is a super clever way to use up that little bit of leftover yarn from the scarf or socks you just finished.
Blink and this cute lil' Angel will get you!
This dangly cupcake would make a nice squeezy stressball. I'd like to keep it in the palm of my hand while I'm on the bus, fighting not to yell at the people who don't have their pass ready when they get on.
I've never been any good with actual yarn, perhaps I could master the art of icing crocheting in time for my cats and dogs to have babies. Wait, they're not having babies! WHO WILL I BE GRANNY FOR?
Carry Nyan Cat in your purse! Nyan everywhere!
Babies are cuter when they're drooling on mythical creatures instead of teddy bears.
With enough knitted snakes you could have a Medusa-inspired scarf of softness and evil.
The poof, the orange skin, the belly ring, it's flawless!