I watched Scooby-Doo cartoons every afternoon as a kid.  My wife has a ton of Scooby-Doo merch from her own childhood.  Ol’ Scoob has been a part of my life in some form or another since the beginning.  And while watching old episodes of “Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?” with my godson, I realized how much the art design of the old cartoons really spoke to me.  So I em”bark”ed (see what I did there?) on a quest to capture the world of Scooby, particularly the monsters, in yarn.  And I’ll get away with it, too, even if there are meddling kids! Click on a picture below to learn more about their individual stories.

gifted to a friend
The Ghost Clown
donated to Hops & Heroes
The Black Knight
gifted to a friend in exchange for a donation to the Austin Public Library

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