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I can suddenly imagine living in a world where cartoon characters are real (ala Who Framed Rodger Rabbit.) EVERYTHING WOULD TRY TO BITE YOU AND THEN LAUGH ABOUT IT. How terrifying.
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Close! Crochet and embroidery are both kinds of needlework.
Wikipedia:
'Needlework is a broad term for the handicrafts of decorative sewing and textile arts. Anything that uses a needle for construction can be called needlework. The definition may expand to include related textile crafts such as a crochet hook or tatting shuttles...'
The definition includes embroidery, but crochet and embroidery are not the same thing. A better description therefore might be 'amazing needlework on leaves.'

Nonetheless, the artwork you found is very cool; in that respect, it doesn't matter what term you use. Good find! :)
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My theory is that the vulcans from Star Trek are in fact descended from the elves from LOTR. When Middle Earth ended and the various races disappeared, the elves--who were naturally even-tempered, logical and had pointy ears and mystical powers (mind meld, anyone?)--left and went to Vulcan.

I also theorize that Gandalf and Dumbledore from Harry Potter are actually the same wizard. When Dumbledore is absent from Hogwarts--say during a break or something--that's when he's off dealing with the hobbits and the ring. However, those are not children's TV shows, so I digress.
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I learned from Endless Ocean that you can find TVs and 'women's magazines' in the Baltic Sea shipwrecks. The TVs are still sellable, too. Pretty sweet. :-P
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