Moth is not a four-letter word for this UK knitter!

Max Alexander‘s knitted moths are incredible – I am simply blown away. LOVE! I also like the irony of using wool to knit moths – normally that combination strikes fear into the heart of every knitter/crocheter I know!

African Cherry Spot Moth by Max Alexander

African Cherry Spot Moth by Max Alexander

Knitted Merveille du Jour Moth by Max Alexander

Knitted Merveille du Jour Moth by Max Alexander

Tatargina Picta Moth by Max Alexander

Tatargina Picta Moth by Max Alexander

Peach Blossom Moth by Max Alexander

Peach Blossom Moth by Max Alexander

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Moth is not a four-letter word for this UK knitter!, 9.7 out of 10 based on 21 ratings


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7 comments

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    Mark

    Fantastic! The biologist in me also wants to point out that no moth eats wool – a few caterpillars do, but not of the moths shown here, so enjoy them without feeling conflicted. I so wish I had thought of this first!

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    eine wundervolle Idee SUPER es gefällt mir
    LG vom katerchen der ausgefallene Sachen in der Art mag

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    Denise Harris

    Wow Moths scare but fascinate me. These are just stunning, I would love to create something so beautiful xx

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    eileen halko

    where can i get a pattern would love to make some for my grandson

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