We loved how she imagined Mochimochi Land as a soft and happy place!
In 2008, our winner combined two Mochimochi patterns in an original way. It was Slug Checkers by denise.y.cheung!
(Looks like way more fun than regular old checkers, don’t you think?)
The winner in 2009 went for colorful cuteness: Batty Bats by DutchMoeder!
The 2010 winner created a scene that really told a story. Chaos of Snowmen by flightsofyarn:
This photo really got me thinking about all the different things I can make my snowmen do with just a little embroidery.
And that brings us to last year’s winner, who went for color and composition (combined with plenty of cuteness). Snowmen! by TheBon!
It’s interesting to see how the winners seem to alternate between an emphasis on narrative and formal qualities. And I also just realized that all of these photos feature more than one toy…. Food for thought as you plan the photos you’ll enter in this year’s contest. The deadline is December 3rd, so there’s plenty of time to knit and to click! (See full contest details.)
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