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Yip yip yip yip, Uh-huh, uh-huh!
I had some red Caron Bliss yarn left over from a knitting project. It occured to me one day that it was the perfect fuzzy texture to make a yip-yip martian from Sesame Street. He's completely needle felted. I made the core with undyed roving (just because it's cheaper), covered that with red roving, then attached the strands of yarn individually. His antennae are pipecleaners wrapped with yarn with beads on the ends.

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Cheryl
Cheryl · Missouri, Missouri, US · 160 projects
So cute!!! how-to, how-to, how-to...... Happy
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Becsta!
Becsta! · Clarkefield, Victoria, AU · 3 projects
awwwww
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Nancy!
Nancy! · Shawinigan, Quebec, CA · 64 projects
look so good!!
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Janie R.
Janie R. · Eastern, Kentucky, US · 25 projects
Yup-yup-yup love it!!
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Kepi
Kepi · Los Angeles, California, US · 49 projects
SHUT UP! I just came across this....this was my fav! ♥♥♥
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Cheyenne S.
Cheyenne S.
how you do that?? he is sooooow cute i loe it!!
maybe you can make a tutorial.....???Tongue
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Kira L.
Kira L. · 2 projects
Awwww Sweet. Please do a tutorial! (Ice Cream on top)
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Liset E.
Liset E. · Soesterberg, Utrecht, NL · 1 project
waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay cute!

pleas emake another one so you can make a how-to..
i'd be eternally gratefull!
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Sarah T.
Sarah T.
Aww so cute Happy
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bearrrie
bearrrie · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 11 projects
OMG. Way too cute Happy
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