4 Responses to ““The Exorcist” Amigurimi”

  1. Allee Willis

    Allee Willis

    This sums up what I think about macrame. Other than I loved looking at al the completley hideous and wonderful fashion it spewed in the 1960’s and 70’s. Depicting famous movie scenes is an excellent use of yarn.

  2. BeeJay

    BeeJay

    Douglas, that´s exactly what I like about it the most, lol

    I wonder why Macramee came SO out of fashion and never came back. I remember my Mum was very much into Macramee and she made some really sweet very colorful pieces.

    I just discovered crocheting Amigurumis for me. Crocheting FOOD is my new obsession, sushi, veggies, fruits, cupcakes, even whole dishes on a plate. I´m still a beginner, but it´s really easy to learn. Just don´t know what to do with all my creations yet, my hubby is frightened of another load of “dust catchers” already :))