Ever wonder how much you  can feasible create in a set amount of time? I was curious to see what I could manage in a 2 week period. Apparently quite a bit of crocheting can be completed. My new dolls are available for you (I added in my original Monster Puppet and Knotty Knucklehead… which were NOT crocheted during this time), and I’ll be seeing if I can recreate the productivity over the next 2 weeks. We’ll see.

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I love when I get a group shot of what I’m working on. My mantle place is proving to be a great monster picture taking spot.

They make quite fun group of dolls. It’s like I’m constantly crocheting up my very own motley crew… not to be confused with Motley Crue. I love to listen to them, but I don’t think they would be as fun to crochet… maybe if I turned them into monsters. Maybe this is something to think about for another day.

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This Knotty Knucklehead is a bit bigger than the original. I used this great sock yarn for the colored area over the green yarn. Shop for him here.

New Knotty Knucklehead design… That eyeball though. This design could have extra rings added to the head loop for future dolls. I love it. All of it. Love.

Crochet monster: What do Monster Puppets, Knuckleheads, and a Roast Turkey Have in Common?
This is perhaps one of my favorite monster designs… something about the arms and feet. I’m definitely going to be making a lot of these guys. Shop for this one here.

The original Knotty Knucklehead. He just makes me want to hug all the things.

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These turkeys crack me up. I love how it’s not a design that I made for the crochet pattern and then never wanted to make again (I have a few of those). He’s weirdly adorable. Shop here for your turkey.

Just in time for fall, the thoughts of roast turkey fills the air. This is a juvenile without a gobbler… or maybe it fell off after a rowdy turkey battle. We may never know.

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You’ve never experienced Bohemian Rhapsody until you’ve sung it through puppets. Just saying. He has the perfect hair for the metal portion. Shop for him here.

There’s this new monster puppet… kind of looks like a badass. I think it’s his hair. It’s a little mohawk-esque. I’d like to see him do a rendition of Cool as either the Sharks or the Jets. I don’t think it would matter which at that point. The only downfall is that he doesn’t have any fingers to snap. I’m sure it could work out somehow.

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Another original behind the fun. I don’t understand what took me so long in designing these awesome puppets. They are fun to make and fun to play with. Shop for him here.

Original monster puppet… might add the hair of the new guy to the pattern for the original… which I need to finish getting together so my amazing tester can finish testing it. Then you can have it and make your own puppets if you are crochet inclined.

Crochet eyeball: What do Monster Puppets, Knuckleheads, and a Roast Turkey Have in Common? | Knot By Gran'ma Blog
There’s 12 new pieces in the shop today. Click here to see them all.

The usual eyeballs and chapstick holder crew…

That’s what’s been doing. I’ve been keeping myself busy, which has been immensely helpful. I’d like to figure out a way to get this amount of work done over the next 2 weeks and still manage to update the shop weekly. We’ll see. School starts next week for the kiddies. I’m looking forward to getting my quiet days back.

 

 

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