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This crafty crochet lover creates handmade, one-bag-fits-all carriers for the modern day Mary Poppinses out there.
Well, if this isn't the best use of crochet we've seen, we'll happily eat a beret, or trilby, or some other kind of head-covering device.
We like munching on a fresh, crisp apple as much as the next fruitarian, but sometimes when the mercury drops your Granny Smith needs a little rugging up.
'Tis the season to wrap everything up in a snuggly layer of coloured wool, so why leave your craft supplies out of the yarny fun?
You could cook a pretty decent meal out of Itoamika Jung Jung's vegetable creations if they weren't all made of yarn.
There's something about these crocheted bow shoe clips that makes us want to click our heels together with glee and cry 'chim-chim-chiree!'.
These pillows remind us of multi-coloured targets, and we're inclined to come up with a special scoring system revolving around their use.
These enormous doilies from Portuguese design collective Lacadas remind us a bit of an old sci-fi show called Land of the Giants.
On a sliding scale of practicality these crochet tools would be way down in the red zone, but scoring them on adorability is a whole different ball game.
There is so much crochet goodness going on over at Dutch designer Ingrid Jansen's Etsy store, Wood & Wool, that it's gently blowing our minds.
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