Now you can catch ’em all on Pokmon Goand in real life.
A woman in Texas who goes by the name @knottynichole on Instagram has been leaving handmade, crocheted Pokmon at local Pokstops in her city.
Nichole, who describes herself as an “avid gamer, foodie, and crafty geek,” found the perfect way of combining two of her passions by bringing joy to other aspiring Pokmon trainers out there.
Each adorably handcrafted pocket monster is part of a project she is calling #CrochetGo, and every creation is made with incredible detail (and love, probably).
She has already made Jiggly Puff, Snorlax, Magicarp and Poliwag, among others.
Nichole has also posted a free pattern for other crafters to make their own, personal Jiggly Puff, which is available for download on Ravelry.