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« on: January 21, 2013 05:55:19 PM »

I had a challenge while at art school to take something I enjoy and make a product out of it.

I love musicals.
I love crochet.
So I smashed the two together and made an awesome project, at least in my eyes.


"Musical Monsters", "Dr. Frankenfurter", "Phantom", and "Sweeney Todd."
The top says "Fallen in love with a monster? Dark and brooding, mysterious... But still so soft and cuddly!"

I don't have pictures of the individual characters, but I did write complete notes while doing the project. (That I even know where they are!)

Made with yarn and felt. The box is a UPS box that I cut a hole in, painted, and glued the things I made in Photoshop on it. Then I shrink wrapped the entire project.

I am extraordinarily proud of this project, regardless of it being like... Over three years ago. I love this. I am so happy my dad was able to find it for me again after moving.
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« Reply #1 on: January 21, 2013 09:59:24 PM »

I love how you used taken just one distinguishing feature of each character so that they are instantly identifiable
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