Let’s start with this fab xmas tree ornament…
This comes from mve6′s flickr photostream — click it for more Quatchi/Bigfoot goodness.
Boy howdy, do I dig this construction paper Quatchi…
Sammers’ Q looks plenty smart in this scarf…
As well as this mitten (I’m assuming it’s part of a pair)…
More custom mittens here…
Finally, Quatchi pants…
Previous Quatchi Crafts entries (both by Eliza)…
Quatchi Crafts #2
The Great Sasquatch, Quatchi, made outta clay by xcalixax:
Another photo from xcalixax, with clay Miga, Sumi, Mukmuk, and a clay inukshuk.
Perhaps he’s responsible for this:
Some time ago, blogroller Superquatchi scored this killer Wonder Bread Quatchi plush with the hockey sweater. I wondered if its back looked the same as the number 10 sweater Quatchi wore at the Mascots on Ice show. I asked Superquatchi about it, and
he she kindly linked to the above photo in his her blog’s comments… Thanks!
Then yesterday I wondered about the blue armbands on blogroller Quatchifan2010′s plush, which Sophia explained were for his backpack. Turns out she made three such backpacks, as seen on her blog today. Here’s the blue one, with the number 10 and a sweet racing stripe:
This Canadian maple leaf pack is pretty awesome too:
The third one went to yet another blogroller, Sammers, who had actually been in search of the perfect backpack — looks like she got it! Q models this classy monogrammed number:
Can’t help but imagine Quatchi wearing a backpack of himself.
Anyway, nice work, fellow Quatchi bloggers!
We first noted this anonymous kid clad in Quatchi garb in our Quatchi’s Halloween in January post. Then he started his own Facebook page and began drawing crowds at Vancouver’s Olympic venues, so we followed up with “The Quatchi Kid” in this February post. Now, not only does he have nearly 3,000 Facebook fans, but he also has a new book, The Adventures of the Quatchi Kid! Check out this preview, as well as his recent Vancouver Province profile.
A couple of other fun tidbits…
This photo by schmidtrose, depicting the adorable tyke face-to-face with a friendly pooch, is suitable for our Dogs Love Quatchi post…
…And check out the video of “Quatchi Kid in His Native Habitat,” which mostly consists of him playing in mud puddles…
For these outstanding achievements in the field of Quatchi Love™, we proudly mailed the Quatchi Kid one of our rare, hand-made Quatchi pennants — see the video.
Quatchi Kid, we salute you!
(Top photo by QK’s mom.)
Hanna Sandvig painted the mascots onto plywood for this modest float, which appeared in the June 2009 Sunfest parade in Castlegar, British Columbia. I do not know the identity of the Canucks fans with pixelated faces.
Spotted by shesoprecious… Thanks!
You might have seen the Quatchi crafts that we enjoyed making, and it looks like some other people have been having fun with their own Quatchi crafts. This kid looks pretty stoked about his Quatchi paper bag craft:
Sue of I Purr-Furr to Craft made some awesome plush mascot figures. Here’s Quatchi solo:
And with his mascot crew:
And Weebill has this interesting bead craft of Quatchi’s face:
We didn’t plan on it, but living just three hours south of Vancouver, we realized we’d be crazy not to visit during the Olympics. Today was the day.
Quatchi was flattered by our pennants!
We’ll post many more photos soon…
Looks like Squatchi has a new Quatchi-inspired rival in town, and his name is the Quatchi Kid.
We first showed him down at the bottom of our Quatchi’s Halloween in January post. As it turns out, he’s got his own Facebook page, featuring the funny Adventures of Quatchi the Kid photo album. His raison d’être is to meet “his long lost brother, Big Quatchi.” In the meantime, he seems happy cruising around Vancouver, having his photo snapped by his new fans.
The Kid’s real name is Julian, and the costume was originally made for Halloween by his mom, Janette. Be sure to check out these additional Quatchi Kid pics on flickr.
What the hell is this!?
Your guess is as good as mine.