I never really thought of Napoleon Bonaparte as crush-worthy, but I’m swooning over this little guy knitted up by Zephrbabe!
She used the Tiny Gnome pattern as a starting place, then took it in a completely different direction with custom color changes and shaping, along with some perfectly placed embroidery.
And that hat? According to her Ravelry page, it’s the Tiny Sailboat turned upside down!
(Both the gnome and sailboat patterns can be found in Teeny-Tiny Mochimochi.)
He’s just the perfect historical figure for tiny mochi-fying, don’t you think?
It’s genius modifications like this that get me excited for our big photo contest coming up this fall. All you have to do to enter is add your photos of knits made from Mochimochi patterns in our Flickr group. Everything added to the group since last year’s contest is automatically entered in the next one! (You can see the details from last year’s contest here.)
For those of you in the US, enjoy the long weekend!
8 thoughts on “Zephrbabe’s Tiny Napoleon”
That is soooo awesome!! Great idea Zephrbabe! I love the hat, awesome mod. :)
And long weekend in Canadia too, looking forward to it. :)
Yeah! Long weekend in Canada! The tiny napoleon is such a creative idea and the upside down boat hat is simply genius, great job on it Zephrbabe!
This is terrific. I wonder if she has thought of making Napoleon a tiny Empress Josephine to go along with him.
I just wound up my French clock in honor of the Emperor! Thanks for sharing!
Cute! That is so original!
That is so cool!
THAT IS SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO AWESOME
o_O im about to say something that may sound kinda awkward. He’s so cute , you know in a whole I wanna build a new world order kinda way. *end of awkward sentence* awesome job by the way :)
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