Thanks to the talented Etsian pixl pshr I found it. I have NEVER seen anything like this. They take ordinary felt and turn it into totally awesome art! Each square is hand cut and assembled by them. Crazy fun!
These great wrist warmers were designed by Ravelry user Christina Slattery. Based off of wrist warmer’s worn by the doctor’s companion, Rose, on Doctor Who. The pattern is provided by Slattery on her website, where you can also read about her knitting and spinning.
Shel Silverstein’s stories and songs were a big part of my life when I was growing up. He seemed like a fun, cool uncle that never got tired of spinning yarns and cracking jokes, and he was always as close as my nearest bookshelf.
I got that warm, fuzzy childhood feeling all over again when I spied LilyVanilli72‘s spot-on embroideries depicting Mr. Silverstein’s wonderfully weird illustrations.
I love how this traditional blackwork method of embroidery lends itself perfectly to Shel’s art style. Lily’s meticulous stitches don’t hurt the sketch-like effect either!
Love, California designer Christin Morgan may be getting some serious buzz about her customizable state cushions, but it was these beautiful Ursa Major and Ursa Minor pillows that caught my geeky eye.
Whether you want to cuddle them while you dream under the stars, or set the pair on a shelf to gaze upon, these are the perfect teddy bears for astronomy nuts of all ages.
I think what I love about them the most is that they make me think of my mama, who has her telescope set up in the same room as her teddy bear collection. Plush bears and stars have always gone hand-in-hand in my house!