Craftster crocheters were busy in March - we've got a bunch of fantastic projects* to titillate your eyes and get your creative juices flowing. Some of them might even make your mouth water and your Nintendo thumb ache! A lot of these are by newcomers to Craftster, too!
Aaargh, Matey! ohmeohmyoreilly
is new to Craftster, but obviously not to crochet. It was hard to pick a favorite to showcase for March, but his Crochet Pirate Bearded Beanie
disguise was an obvious favorite:
I love items that are crafty in the true sense of the word - handmade, beautiful, and
's Crochet Cake Treasure Boxes
definitely fit the bill! These look good enough to eat!
And how about the deliciously cute Ice Cream Sundae
hat by randomheartsx? I can't wait to see what she cooks up next!
For those of you who embrace your inner child, I'm sure you loved mama24boyz
's Spongebob and Patrick
winter sets! Though I doubt it's possible to love them more than these guys did:
In the event of an amigurumi alien invasion, you can fight off the bad guys with woo_work
's adorable-but-deadly Raygun
You think you know cute? You haven't begun to understand yarn's capacity for cuteness until you've see this adorable pair of Baby Dragons
Though it's possible that they have a bit of competition with mrsflibble
's baby Sea Monster
toy, who apparently eats electronics but makes little godsons laugh:
In the Crochet As Art category, we have a beautiful Freeform Crochet Scarf
. It's amazing what you can do without a pattern or a plan!
Bringing us more wearable art, former Featured Hooker meekssandygirl
shared a gorgeous array of crocheted necklaces
- my personal favorite are these lovely lemons:
By far and away the most "This Rocks" hits and comments and general awe came in response to Gege
's jaw-dropping work of dedication and geeky-craftiness, the Super Mario Obsession
*These are chosen via a magical algorithm that combines "This Rocks!" hits, number of comments, originality and creativity of the project, and detail and information in the posts. I also make an effort to present as wide a range of project types, styles, and members. Preference is given to posts shared in the Craftster spirit (not for sale, helpfulness, information shared, etc.).