Knitsections & Feltidermy

I was never much into biology or hunting and, seeing as my father was both a biology teacher and an avid hunter, I'm sure he was a little disappointed. But thanks to knitter CraftyHedgehog, I can now relive my Gr. 11 dissection class with a slightly less queasiness.

"Wow your scientist friends and colleagues with the coolness of this piece of knitted art. The rat is hand knit from an acrylic mohair blend, and his little innards are needle-felted by hand out of 100% wool. He comes pinned into his actual dissection tray, but he is not glued down, so you can take him out and cuddle him if you wish." (Link via Neatorama)

If your tastes run more to the big game side of nature, you can mount a trophy buck or rhino (or dozens of other animals) on your wall without ever harming a critter, thanks to girlsavage's feltidermy.

Soft and cuddly stuffed animals — they aren't just little girls anymore. (Link also via Neatorama)

Previously on Popped Culture...

Extreme Crocheting
Pillow Talk
Little Boxes

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