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Flickr user Rubykhan was inspired to create these cool cross-stitched versions of her fave pop-culture icons after seeing Craig Robinson‘s Minipops. I especially love The Breakfast Club cross-stitch pictured above. Link.


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  1. planetjune on said:

    Love it! Those Breakfast Club icons are perfect.

  2. Jen @ Sew&Sox on said:

    These are awesome! I was a fan of the Minipops already and these are just one step cooler.
    sewandsox.blogspot.com

  3. Jen @ Sew&Sox on said:

    These are awesome! I was a fan of the Minipops already and these are just one step cooler.
    sewandsox.blogspot.com

  4. Jen @ Sew&Sox on said:

    These are awesome! I was a fan of the Minipops already and these are just one step cooler.
    sewandsox.blogspot.com

  5. Jen @ Sew&Sox on said:

    These are awesome! I was a fan of the Minipops already and these are just one step cooler.
    sewandsox.blogspot.com

  6. Jen @ Sew&Sox on said:

    These are awesome! I was a fan of the Minipops already and these are just one step cooler.
    sewandsox.blogspot.com

  7. gmftallpines on said:

    saw the photo before the caption – recognized it as the b-fast club immediately (the one with the dark hair and messenger bag :-). love it!

  8. This is one of the many things that helped me develop a friend-crush on Rubykhan.

  9. Ruby Khan on said:

    Ha! Hi torgana!
    Thanks for the comments everyone. :)

  10. What’s a Ruby Khan? and why is it so damn cool?

  11. miguelita on said:

    ahhh, yes, the ruby khan. in time you’ll understand.

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