Knit Your Own Zombie: Over 100 Combinations to Rip'n'Reassemble for Horrifying Results by Fiona Goble
Forget stress balls or tension-relieving shoot-'em-up games: next time things get tough, express your feelings by ripping a zombie apart. No need to feel guilty about it afterward, either - fitted up with velcro strips, it's just as easy to put him together as it was to tear him limb from limb. Nine full zombie characters, from a classic zombie to Frankenstein's monster, and an (appalling) zombie femme fatale to a knife-wielding undead chef, are laid out here in neat little sets, tidy as a dissecting table, each part knitted quickly and separately, from bony arms and legs to grimly expressive heads. Every zombie has a complete outfit and props - trailing entrails, distressingly cute rats, hatchets, hats and mouldy frockcoats add to their individuality. They're fast to make too, so if you want to go for the full cast, you can have hours of family fun taking them apart and putting them together in increasingly incongruous mixtures. Truly, the undead have never looked so appealing.