NeedleWorkMonday Featured Posts #78

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Hello everyone! Thank you for joining us for @Needleworkmonday’s Featured Posts #78!

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Amigurumi #66: Luffy-One piece by @inici-arte


It seems her work just keeps getting better and better with every new character. I thought it was interesting to see a one piece amigurumi! Normally we would see separate pieces that @inici-arte sewn together. For this character the weaving started at the soles of the sandals and kept going all the way up to his head. I love the removable accessories too! Great work as always!


I will cut you open Mimi – and sew wider sleeves by @neumannsalva


No worries, no one other than Mimi the blouse was cut during this publication :D
We love how @neumannsalva brings to us a needlework problem and her thought out solution. The armhole surgery was a success and the blouse now fits her more comfortably. We are keeping our fingers crossed that the sleeves will fit inside them. 🤞🏽


#needleworkmonday :: The versatile Granny Squares by @marblely


I found this post by @marblely to be such a good informative on granny squares. If you ever wanted to know where these squares got their name from she has found the answer. I appreciate how she points out different styles and techniques used to make them. There is even a hexagon granny square! 😄


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Thank you very much for the mention.
I was just about to attach his arms to his body, haha. I think this character, besides his story, stands out because he wears the primary colors.


You are very welcome! I love that he wears those colors. You did such a good job on him :)

Thank you for choosing my post and hopefully I will complete this blouse over the next weeks (I am simultaneously trying again to sew a skirt with woven fabric...)
I love @marblely‘s post about crochet blankets... I am currently rediscovering crochet and am falling again in love with it.


Absolutely! We’ll be following along ;)

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Thank you so much!

Thank you, thank you @needleworkmonday, @crosheille! It was a fun post to write as I learnt more about the beautiful squares :)


Oh yes of course! It was fabulous and informing ;)