I refuse to believe these have any practical use. The only explanation is that this Etsy shop is where turtle superheroes get all their outfits. Supervillains, maybe, but I’ve never heard of a turtle supervillain before. Turtles can’t be evil, can they?
(they’re so you can see your turtle when they wander away in your lawn. Don’t worry, it’s a turtle, you still have several days to catch up with them before they’re out of eyeshot. )
Remember, ponchos can be skirts!
Coats & Clark’s book #207, Shawls & Ponchos, crochet, knit, hairpin lace; copyright 1971, second edition.
Love it? Need it? If you’re in the Us or Canada, you can buy it from me. Otherwise, check eBay.
PS I just love that a pom-pon or pom-pom is defined as “a decorative ball of fluff.”
The lucky folks at Apartment Therapy got to see this crocheted version of the White Album; thankfully, they were cool enough to share it.
Mrs. Skele Ton has friends — and you can find out how to crochet her hat and make her other clothes — at her home, Minna’s Doll World.
Since I’m supposed to keep this blog PG-13, I’m not going to say anything else other than all this handmade soft Pee Wee Herman goodness is available right now at Etsy!
Pee Wee felt finger puppet, freestanding embroidered and appliqued figure, felt pin, handmade doll — and you can even crochet your own Pee Wee with this pattern.
Fabulous fun crochet Star Wars figures! If you think the force may be with you, check out Lucy Ravenscar’s patterns and make yourself — and me! — some.