It took Vanessa Barragão and her team over 520 hours to weave
Handmade with love by mom of two and crocheter extraordinaire, Stephanie Pokorny aka Crochetverse
Susanna Bauer incorporates found natural objects with crochet in unique and unconventional ways
Finnish artist Liisa Hietanen crochets 1-1, life-size versions of people in her hometown of Hämeenkyrö
An ongoing series of crochet masks by Threadstories
Julia Riordan is a creator/street-artist who discovered her passion for crochet and knitting at the age of 10
If you’re at this year’s Comic-Con, you can find (and keep) these crochet critters scattered around the convention.
Artist Susanna Bauer works with found natural objects like leaves, wood and stone; incorporating them with crochet in unique and unconventional ways.
Phil Ferguson found himself alone in a new city so he used his crochet skills to make friends by creating headgear in the shape of food.
Su Ami are a family of five artists from Vietnam who crochet the cutest miniature animals ever. The artists sell their creations on Etsy where you can find hundreds of their miniature creations in various sizes. Some fit on the tip of your finger while others fit in the palm of your hand. Below…