A crocheted Venus of Willendorf

Discovered nearly 110 years ago by a workman on an archaeological dig in Lower Austria, the limestone Venus of Willendorf statuette is guessed to be have been created sometime between 28,000 and 25,000 BCE, aka the "Old Stone Age."

The sculpture now lives in Vienna at the city's Natural History Museum.

If you crochet, you can make your very own Willendorf Venus. Head to Trishagurumi for the free pattern.

Thanks, Amy!