Photo Contest ’15: Honorable Mentions

Thank you all once again for your entries in the 9th Annual Mochimochi Photo Contest! And thank you for your patience with us as we’ve waited until now to share the results and have the vote. I hope 2015 ended nicely for you all—we certainly had a memorable holiday season with the addition of our little Leo.

Today we’re revealing the Honorable Mentions in the photo portion of our contest, and soon we’ll have the big vote on the finalist photos. The winning video (chosen by John and me) will be presented along with the winning photos a bit later.

So without further ado, here are your Honorable Mentions! These photos didn’t quite make it into our finalist group, but we found them charming and are excited to share them here. See the full images close up after the jump!


Mushroom Gnome by Future Mouse


River Camp Site by Renata Sherman


Hello from Ann Arbor by maymansara


Mad Scientist Fright by suze114


Gummy Octopus by Amanda


Peeking Flamingo by KZ Power


We’re gonna need a bigger boat by Sadie_M


Time for Tiny Chickens by Jilly Plants


Congratulations to these clever knitters! Check back soon for the final photo contest vote.

11 thoughts on “Photo Contest ’15: Honorable Mentions

  1. Aw, these are all so cute! Great job, everyone! Can’t wait to see the finalists.

  2. Yay! Thanks so much for the Honorable Mention for Mad Scientist Fright. What a fun surprise. All your creations are great, Anna, but I just love the Mad Scientist — truly inspired. Happy 2016!

  3. yay!!!!! i’m SO exited and honored to have made it even though i just turned 10!!!!!!!!!

  4. What great entries! Well-deserved congratulations to the mentions. I love all the scenes, especially the waves and clouds in “Bigger Boat” and the giant fly in “Mad Scientist”. I’m excited to see a fellow Ann Arborite in the group, too :)

  5. Molly, I wanted to, but my hands are way too full with a baby these days and I’ve had to cut my work hours to less than one hour a day. Thanks for understanding!

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