There’s something about animals, people, or objects disguised as fruit that just gets to me.

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When I saw this pattern in this amigurumi book, I knew I had to make it. I crocheted this little guy for Thuy‘s birthday. She hasn’t said much about it, which makes me think it may have horrified her in some manner. Or maybe, just maybe, the disguise was so cleverly crocheted that she thought I sent her some fruit!
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8 Responses to Fruithead

  1. Heather says:

    Believe me, she wasn’t horrified. I am sure the insane cuteness of it all has rendered her incapacitated!

  2. Sasha says:

    I gasped out loud, it’s just so dang cute! I think this is your first crochet object where you didn’t say that you can’t really crochet. I’ll bet the hats all fit him and everything. Really cute Mariko!
    That book looks fun. I love the bowl character on the cover.

  3. Ashley says:

    OMG those are adorable. Must learn to crochet.

  4. charlotte says:

    I’m sure, thuy waits for waffles to return. she likes to take photos of objects on her head. *lol* waffles fruitheads.

  5. Daphne says:

    I think she’s probably floored by the cuteness. the awesome, awesome cuteness.

  6. tomi the bear says:

    dear eggie,
    much like your readers, thuy thinks i’m pretty adorable, too. she finally took a break from her deadline to take me for a stroll, when i posed for a few pictures. you can see them here:
    it sure is nice here in santa barbara. thanks for letting me go and hang with thuy.
    ps: love to deedles.

  7. Emma says:

    Oh my that’s too cute & funny! I love the strawberry hat!

  8. gaile says:

    totally cute, but why doesn’t he have a body? The whole disembodied bear head is a teense disconcerting maybe? 😉 Still, the cuteness abounds. With a body he might be cute overload and we’d all swoon.

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