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Huggable elder god. she has sweet red eyes, 4 face tentacles, arms and legs as well as wings.

So cute you don’t mind going insane or having your soul ripped out for devouring.

The bow is what seals the deal for me. Hello Kthulhu amigurumi (and photo) by trinlayk (thanks, Marc)!

10 thoughts on “Hello Kthulhu

  1. Please correct the information on this… the link DOES go to my flicker, but your caption doesn’t mention ME at all.
    It should at least say something like “amigurumi & photo by trinlayk.” )
    I’m the person who made and photographed Hello Kthulhu.
    I haven’t been able to sign in AND make a comment, and there has been NO reply to the tweet in response to your tweet announcement of this posting.
    Please, fix the caption. I’m greatful for the thousands of views sent to my flickr, but many people have seen this photo, and the repostings on other blogs, and have no idea who produced this image.
    It’s also really really nice if people ask about the use of photos. It’s GREAT to be promoted like this,but, not so nice to lose control of how my image is used elsewhere.

  2. I updated the post with your information. Thanks, it’s a great project! I know what you mean about images going viral, and I sure don’t like people posting stuff up without links or credit of any kind, but trust that CRAFT is not a site like that. As for your tweet, sorry we haven’t gotten back to you! We try to manage it as best we can but sometimes messages fall through. Feel free to email me (becky@craftzine.com) or anybody else in the righthand sidebar for a more reliable response.

  3. I’ve actually had a photo of my cat end up being offered as “copyright free stock photography”…
    so I’m a little bit concerned about seeing my photo on items being sold or offered in a commercial way (like used in advertising) with out my having been informed or paid for the use of my work.
    I know it happens a lot, but that doesn’t make it OK.

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Becky Stern is a Content Creator at Autodesk/Instructables, and part time faculty at New York’s School of Visual Arts Products of Design grad program. Making and sharing are her two biggest passions, and she's created hundreds of free online DIY tutorials and videos, mostly about technology and its intersection with crafts. Find her @bekathwia on YouTube/Twitter/Instagram.

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