Crotchet go: the amazing knitted Pokemon being hidden at pokestops

Bringing Poke-lovers back to the real world

We were never really into Pokémon Go – it made our local park feel peculiar, with people standing around in the long grass and staring wide-eyed at their phones looking like their GPS has taken them there and they couldn’t leave. But we can really get behind this idea – Texas-based artist Nichole Dunigan has started the movement #CrochetGo which sees fellow knitters hide little woollen creatures in pokéstops all over the world for gamers to collect. And if you fancy joining in, all her patterns are available on Ravelry.

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