Meet Natasha Yudina – The Young Knitting Artist From Russia Who Makes Knitted Items Like A Pro Babushka

Russia – another artist is here for to learn about, it is Natasha Yudina which is a young talented artists from cold white Siberia, the city of Tomsk in Russia. She choose fur and knitting as her form of artistic expression, and she is delivering if you know what we mean. Ever wanted a knitted Putin blanked for a comfy sleep? Or a fuzzy Lenin head? no problem, she’ll make it!

In fact most of her works are pretty unique and could probably end up in your possession as some hip decor for your home. Also Natasha is 100% Slav, look at her carpet.

More: Instagram h/t: slavforum

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