A short time ago on a website not so far away…
It is a period of creative chaos. Rebel crocheters, striking forth from Etsy, have won the hearts of Star Wars fans in a reconciliation between a complete lack of functionality and mind-jarring cuteness. During the battle for yarn-related domination, lucyravenscar managed to create a crochet pattern to sell on Etsy, the Star Wars amigurumi, a by-all-rights useless crocheted figurine with enough adorableness to destroy an entire franchise. Pursued by a throng of online crafters, lucyravenscar races to online stardom aboard many fan sites, custodian of a method that can save her people from the boredom of crocheting yet another Pokemon figurine and thus restoring freedom to the craft community…
You will never find a more precious hive of yarn and craftiness.
“I love yarn.” “I know.”
“I think my eyes are getting better. Instead of a big dark blur, I see a tiny, shiny, buttony blur.”
“You’re not my amigurumi creator!!!”
“For my ally is the Internet, and a powerful ally it is.”
“I am fluent in over six million crocheting techniques…”
“Beep, brreeeep, blurby, amigurumi.”
“Aren’t you a little short for a stormtrooper?”
“Nothing can stop that now. Just for once…let me…look on you with my button eyes.”
“He’s more amigurumi now than man; cute and without function.”
If you want these tiny, adorable things in your own home you can certainly order the pattern off of etsy and crochet them yourself. Or, rather, you can try.
“Do or do not, there is no try…ing to crochet an amigurumi.”