“Since 1955, Loes Veenstra from the 2nd Carnissestraat has knitted over 550 sweaters that she stored in cardboard boxes at her home. Strange thing was that she knitted the sweaters for nobody. In fact the…
Submitted by the folks at lotsofloops.com.
Love the stars! Very nice work … Made and submitted by Pollyanna.
A guerilla knitting project shared by Veri.
You can get the pattern from Heidi May or have one made! Made by Heidi May.
Berenice Grimm‘s crochet replica: The original: Made by Berenice Grimm.
Made and shared by Michelle aka mishellsoup.
Made and shared by LEOyarn.
I love this simplicity of this piece … very nice. Made and submitted by Mercredi.
Love the colours. Ravelry offers many free flower patterns – add a little hot glue to a store-bought hair-clip and you’re all set! Made and shared by Joanna aka Epka Handmade.
The knit Oscar statuette is a nice touch. Made and shared by The Knitting Witch.
Made by Elizabeth Martin aka toadstoolmamma.
Great work spotted in Truro, Cornwall in the UK … Photo taken by Georgia Beard.
Made and shared by Ham and Eggs – free pattern available via Ravelry.
Made and submitted by Knitty Attitude.
Knit gloves made from floss and beads. Submitted by the artist, Marcy Gooberman.
Created by Psychiatrist Dr. Karen Norberg, of National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Made and shared by Kerri Pajutee aka Paju-tee who explains that this is a “dollhouse miniature French bulldog sculpture w/ natural fiber coat”.
Made and shared by Vita aka Mon Petit Violon.
These are great: Made and shared by Claudia Zini aka Momou Crochet: http://www.flickr.com/photos/momou-crochet/.
Love it! Source: http://mamazeit.blogspot.de/2012/10/dotty.html
Get it: http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/951311
Made and shared by Tammy of Ginko Girls … who says, “my knitted version of the truffula trees on a wet-felted background. From my first solo show!” Thanks Tammy!
Submitted by @vanadiumzest.
Hell yes! Pattern available via Ravelry.
I love this… in 20 years will kids even know what this is? Made by Crafty Anna, pattern available for five bucks.
Yesterday afternoon Finn and I ventured down to Times Square to check out Vogue Knitting Live. We said hello to some great folks (and long-time favourites) like Vicki Howell, Anna Hrachovec (of MochiMochiLand), Mary and…
I love these! Made and shared by Rustic Vintage Country.