I Create Children’s Toys From Their Unique Drawings

I Create Children’s Toys From Their Unique Drawings

Categories: Art | Children | Design and Architecture

Now are the times when stores have everything and you can buy anything. Anything that isn't original isn't interesting and is often boring.

I have been crocheting toys for many years. And more and more often I hear requests from people to create something original and unseen. Very often people send me interesting, colorful drawings and ask me to make toys based on them. This work always is a very big challenge, but I like it very much. It is a non-boring job, full of color and creativity. I am very happy that my works often become original birthday and Christmas gifts.

I invite you to take a look at my work.

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I Create Children’s Toys From Their Unique Drawings

#1 Black Cat

In the delicate world of crochet, where my fingers have danced with threads for a good 33 years, the technique has unwaveringly echoed the same sentiment: anxiety. Yet, there's a certain tranquility in the realization that with every careful stitch, the hands become surer, the stitches neater, and the work flows seamlessly.

I Create Children’s Toys From Their Unique Drawings

#2 Sad Doll

I Create Children’s Toys From Their Unique Drawings

#3 Colors

Picture this: a drawing finds its way to me, opening the gateway to an intricate process of thread selection. It's a subtle art, as not every vibrant pencil stroke or marker line boasts an identical thread counterpart. But possibilities unfold in the pursuit of something even remotely similar. Choosing colors is no mere task, especially when entangled with the distortions from monitors and photographic hues. Sometimes, a gentle inquiry to clients deciphers the true essence of the intended color. I recall an orange-crocheted toy, intended to bask in a pink hue, misled by a poorly executed photograph. Evening artificial light has been a deceptive foe, transforming pinks into reds and igniting a flare of a crocheter's inventive spirit to amend unintentional missteps. When threads finally align, the ease envelops the process, allowing me to crochet from pictures without the rigidity of schemes.

I Create Children’s Toys From Their Unique Drawings

#4 Parrot

I Create Children’s Toys From Their Unique Drawings

#5 Owl

Every woven detail whispers tales of its importance, even as I embroider various embellishments, aspiring to mirror every minute intricacy. Perhaps this meticulous dedication to recreating each detail is what garners appreciation from those who behold my creations.

I Create Children’s Toys From Their Unique Drawings

#6 Doctor

I Create Children’s Toys From Their Unique Drawings

#7 Superhero

A memory ever so dear involves the first toy birthed from a drawing, a peculiar creature envisaged by my son. This enchanting little being was not just a creation but a genesis, spurring the inception of a toy workshop born from drawings. The first admirer of such creations was my son, for whom I've crocheted four toys, each breathing life into his imaginative drawings. What followed was a tapestry of connections, friends, and friends of friends, until hundreds of such toys were adorning various abodes.

I Create Children’s Toys From Their Unique Drawings

#8 Boys

Keywords: Toys | Children | Kids | Artworks | Kid drawings | Drawings

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