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Tiny Knit Superheroes Hit Etsy So Your Dolls Can Pretend to Be Villains

by Paul Strauss

When I think of superheroes, I usually envision large, hulking men or women in tights, capable of taking down the most evil of supervillains. They usually don’t conjure up images of tiny, cuddly knits which are small enough for the cat to swallow.


But the textile artists of Sweden’s Crivens Studio clearly have the latter in their minds. They handmake and sell these miniscule superheroes which measure just about  1″ tall each. Each tiny hero is knit from yarn and the is small enough to let your dolls play with them – assuming you still play with dolls – and your dolls still play with dolls too.

They’re currently available for $25(USD) each in Batman, Superman and Iron Man versions, and if you’re more into zombies than superheroes, there’s a couple of those for sale too.


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Comments (1):

  1. Son Nguyen says:

    ahhh! love Superheroes dolls.

    they were of gorgeous Superheroes dolls collection.

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