Geeky Hooker loves to crochet amigurumi. Sometimes she sells them, but mostly she gives them away by dropping them off at various locations. She’s at the San Diego Comic-Con this week, and she’s hiding eight of her creations for anyone to find.
Johnny Navarro sounds like an action hero’s name, but our man here is a crochet hero. The Etsy seller makes adorable amigurumi of Pokémon, Digimon and other geeky characters.
Charmander uses tiny smile! It’s super effective!
This adorable crocheted Tauntaun will be a great addition to your other plush Star Wars toys. He will look great on your shelf, your couch, in your bed or wherever. He isn’t big enough to cut open if you are facing bitter cold temps though.
Crochet. The final frontier… Do you like the logical side of Spock, but also want him to have a softer side? Well, this Spock/Minion amigurumi is the perfect new member of your crew if you have a spot open on your bridge.
There’s word on the street that a new Plants vs. Zombies game is being announced at E3 this week. So with the game back on the minds of many, what better time to grab this awesome collection of PvZ amigurumis.
For me, Despicable Me was a unexpectedly entertaining animated film. Perhaps it was because of Steve Carrell’s hilarious performance as Gru, or maybe it was his Raving Rabbids-esque army of minions. Either way, you won’t be able to resist this collection of amigurumi minions.
Avengers Assemble! I said Avengers Assemble! Oh, I see you are working on it. Don’t hurry on my account. The world is only doomed. Looking at my watch. Nevermind, I’ll just call the X-Men. These Avengers snail amigurumis are adorable.
Check out this Kirby amigurumi. Isn’t he adorable? Of course he is. Well, when he isn’t kicking your butt in Super Smash Bros. that is. Kirby sucked in that game. Literally. That’s what I like about Kirby.
We’ve seen an amigurumi of Old Snake before, but I like the young Solid Snake much better than that bitter – but heroic! – old fart. Which is why if I had this amigurumi I would hug it so tightly a ration would come out before I even dropped it.
It’s my theory that part of the reason the Empire had so much trouble taking down the Rebel Alliance and Jedi was that they just weren’t nice enough. You know what they say “kill ’em with kindness” and all.
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.