Chicken Wings Originally made and uploaded by melbangel You can purchase the pattern for these yummy wings at melbangel’s Etsy shop.
I think this is my favourite knithack yet! When physics and fibre meet… Made by ravellyn for her husband’s physics class.
Tea Mug Cozy – Made of 100% recycled yarns! A cozy way to insulate and decorate your tea mug… Originally made and uploaded by KnitStorm.com
“Golden Hook is a company that lets customers design their own hat and then choose the grandmother they’d like to knit it. Users begin by selecting the shape of hat they’d likeâ€”classic, long or Peruvian,…
I LOVE my Swiffer but I really hate the waste it produces, so the idea of a re-usable cloth for it is really appealing – anything that makes cleaning a little more eco-friendly, I’m gonna…
UPDATE: this is the work of Perri Lewis, see the Guardian story here and check out her web site Knitta Please. Great guerrilla knitting spotted by twenty_questions! Guerilla knit Originally uploaded by twenty_questions
Amazing work! See more pics here. Discovered via Craftzine.com …
boot buffers! outside Originally made and uploaded by giolou free pattern available at AnthroPoMorphCo’s ravelry shop: ravelry.com/patterns/library/boot-buffers I myself have NO trouble filling my winter boots thanks to the meaty-legs gene from dear old dad……
These are gorgeous! Gorgeous! bluebell knolls1 bluebell knolls5 Originally made and uploaded by tinyowlknits
45 Adapter Originally made and uploaded by misskoco Bonus trivia: back in the day, these litle plastic adpaters were called “spiders”!
Photographers mitten Originally made and uploaded by Hobbygaasa
A yummy knithack in the truest spirit of knithacking (er, crochethacking!!)… Made and uploaded by Yummy Pancake aka Denise Ferguson.
little cactus Originally made and uploaded by jenn! (knits a lot)
anatomically correct Originally made and uploaded by birthday everyday!
I love the colours! Originally made and uploaded by Nessa Land
YUM! Originally made and uploaded by FeltedChicken
Originally made and uploaded by red suede kitten, who says: “This scarf won an award at the Craft Victoria 2007 Melbourne Scarf Festival. It was the “Best Scarf to Hold a Metcard”. Metcards are the…