30 December 2011
Last updated at 00:08
Anna, from Lille, France, recreates news events by knitting dolls and posting images on a blog, which is called Delit Maille (in English, Criminal Stitch) in honour of the Daily Mail. Taking a personal perspective of notable stories, this one shows French President Nicolas Sarkozy wooing German Chancellor Angela Merkel on a beach, to represent "France's supposed love affair with Germany and its success".
Anna is mainly inspired by things in the news which "make me laugh", as she put it in an interview with the BBC World Service. She knitted this scene just after the resignation of Italian Prime Minister - and famed Lothario - Silvio Berlusconi.
Barack Obama and Mr Sarkozy gave a joint TV interview at the G20 summit in November. Anna highlighted the height difference by giving Mr Sarkozy a footstool.
In early December, British Prime Minister David Cameron took the unprecedented step of vetoing a European Union treaty. But Anna's version of the scene shows a despondent Mr Cameron being left out of a party which includes new Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti, Angela Merkel and Nicolas Sarkozy.
It was the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton that prompted Anna to start her hobby. But it was Kate's sister Pippa "who everyone was talking about in France," she says. Anna's Pippa has a curvaceous figure and is photographed from behind.
A BBC interview with Carla Bruni, the first lady of France, in which she revealed that she had fallen for President Nicolas Sarkozy after he wowed her with his knowledge of flowers, prompted these two figures - Mr Sarkozy in his gardening hat shyly peering out from behind a giant bloom, and Ms Bruni elegant in pearls.
As Nato intervened in Libya - with French aircraft playing a leading role - Anna mischieviously recalled the 2007 meeting in Paris between Mr Sarkozy and Colonel Gaddafi, as a way of highlighting how far French policy towards Libya had changed in the intervening four years.
Anna's Kim Jong-un made his appearance on 26 December. She describes the images as a "Baby Boom Kit" running through the stages of North Korean leadership training, including learning "how to press the nuclear button".
Despite the regular appearance of knitted politicians on her blog, Anna says she prefers knitting celebrities. She marked the release of a Lady Gaga single with this flamboyant doll, complete with suspenders and push-up bra.