Althea Crome might be the only person in the world who imagines everything she sees in miniature and then knits them with tiny, tiny needles and thread. The intricacy of her work is simply amazing--I'm a hobby knitter myself, and can't even imagine working on such a microscopic scale. She was actually commissioned to hand-make
allsome of the apparel in the movie version of Neil Gaiman's Coraline. [Web Urbanist via Neatorama]
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