I have just discovered the short films of KONDO Yuichi on Vimeo. The two shown here are Japanese language films with English subtitles that tell charming stories with a crochet doll as a main character. These films combine human characters with amigurumi with the same ease that they combine stunning landscape shots with close-up detailed images. These films are beautiful, adorable, heart-touching and charming.
I first came across Betibettin on YouTube where I fell in love with his amigurumi crochet work. I particularly loved a tiny piece of micro amigurumi crafted inside of a tube but all of the work was eye-catching.
A lovely little yarnbombing video that’s relaxing and enjoyable to watch. Take a few minutes to breathe and enjoy!
Yarnbombing Los Angeles has put out a call for entries for a collaborative fiber art project themed “California Landscapes”.
I always love everything that Maya makes over at Little Treasures, so it’s no surprise that I love the things that inspire her as well. I was immediately captured by her post about crochet jewelry artist Miho Fujita and was compelled to find out more information about the artist if I could.
I am always delighted to see upcycled doily items by Maillo in my Instagram feed, and it’s pure joy to go through the online Maillo boutique. I thought I was going to say more about this but what I find as I sit down to write this is that the images really and truly speak for themselves!
Sam Moss has a beautiful Instagram feed where she shares stories through mixed media miniatures that incorporate crochet.