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Welcome to the Crafters’ Gallery! One of the best things about this blog is the way it’s introduced me to other craftsy people everywhere, to share ideas, talk endlessly about crafting supplies and generally squeeee over awesome craft ideas and projects. And given that I spend a lot of time posting ideas and instructions, it’s probably no surprise that I get super excited when people show me things they’ve made… using my tutorials! Every person’s version of a craft is unique, with their own little twists and personality, and I love getting to see that.

So, below are pictures that have been sent in by other crafters around the world – images of crafts they have made based on one or more tutorials found on this blog. Enjoy!

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Star Trek combadge earrings made by Melis:

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A Tardis fez made by @coregeeknet, inspired by his daughter and using my felt fez tutorial for the basic fez construction (see more details on his blog!):

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A covered-in-monsters monster hoodie as a baby gift, made by my mom and based off my own monster hoodie project:

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Two adorable monster pillows, made by Vanessa and based off the Microwaveable wheat bag monster tutorial (just do the whole tutorial on a larger scale, and stuff with pillow inserts instead of pouches of wheat or rice):

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A modified Assassin’s Creed 3 hood made by Jessica, modeled below by Blake. The hood was made to match his black coat, with a snazzy red lining and featuring the image of their pet rabbit instead of an eagle:

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A Pokemon Bulbasaur family made by Craig, based on the felt spheres and felt pigs tutorials:

Some fun details: Craig made these for his brand new niece, to inspire her to grow up to be an awesome gamer girl geek! A week prior to making these, Craig had never touched a sewing machine and didn’t even know what needle felting was. Awesome work, Craig!

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A beautiful blue baby Myr plush, made by @ESC_Raven:

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Page corner bookmarks in tiger and panda form, made by @mervel14:

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Plush pig, made by Elodie:

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Felt “banana” birds, made by Zoe from creativeinchicago.com:

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Felt “banana” birds, made by Liz:

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Plush baby Myr made by @TrueAntitonic:

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Microwavable wheat bag monster made by @LorGraham:

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Magic card Christmas tree ornaments made by Zach from anotherletdown.com:

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A mini Christmas tree decorated with crocheted snowflakes and a sewn paper garland, made by my mom for her local Festival of Trees fundraiser:

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A butterfly wheat bag, made by @Lady_Lilybell:

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Microwavable wheat bag monsters made by Servogeek:

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needle felted bird ornaments made by @zutzy:

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Magic card earrings & pendant made by @TrueAntitonic:

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Braided paper bookmark made by @TrueAntitonic:

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Microwavable wheat bags by @NoSomebody:

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Page corner bookmark in the style of an Angry Bird, made by Athena:

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Wee cloth monsters of cuteness, made by @winifredish:

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If you would like to submit a photo for the Gallery, please send it to [email protected] Photos should be at least 300 pixels across the widest side, and no larger than 1000 pixels. Please include the name you would like to be credited under.

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  1. Nina

     /  January 1, 2012

    Love them!!!!! How do I post one of mine, though?

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  2. Trish Shoemaker

     /  February 16, 2012

    This is so awesome! Thanks for posting! I’m going to make these with my students!!

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  3. Thanks so much for adding my birds! They are such a fun project

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  4. Meetika

     /  February 27, 2012

    Hey! You’ve got an amazing thing going here… awesome enough to wake me from the creative dead I’ve been in ever since I started college. So I just wanted to say Thank You and keep up the awesome stuff! :)

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  5. Tally

     /  February 28, 2012

    Meetika, I am ecstatic to hear that! Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting. Happy crafting!

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  6. awesome

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  7. crafter girl

     /  April 13, 2012

    i love the little cool bookmarks it really helps from my craft book thanks Tally happy crafting everyone

    Reply
  8. zzahra

     /  February 18, 2013

    me and my friend made millions of those when our old teacher showed us this website lol!_!

    Reply
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