Every so often I come across an idea or piece of art that really makes an impression on me and stays top of mind. This crochet snail in a real shell is one of them….
My husband @motodouma spotted this London Kaye yarn bomb on his way to Blick Art Supplies yesterday… appropriate sighting for an art supplies run! http://www.londonkaye.com
via: Rocket News 24: Using only a pair of chopsticks and 18.9 meters (62 feet) of gummy string, one intrepid Twitter user from Japan managed to knit herself an edible scarf. The evidence and entire…
This is really something! Artist Angela Teng has perfected a process by which she creates yarn from acrylic paint and then uses it to crochet abstract paintings. The final product is nothing short of incredible….
This new Lion Brand afghan pattern totally reminds me of Friedensreich Hundertwasser, one of my favourite artists: Look him up, he was a fascinating artist and his work still resonates today. And … it’s not…
… oh, and this blog has operated for 131 days w/o a Star Wars-related post. Photograph by Kristina Alexanderson.
Can you believe this? Thanks for the submission, Judith Juliane Liedtke aka JuJu-Design. See more pics of this incredible piece.
Thanks for sharing, Hiné! See more of Hiné’s work at: hinemizushima.com
Made by Amigunuri.
Submitted by Erin who says, “The face is felted fibrefill “painted” with roving wool of various colors (even the eyelashes are roving wool); the hair is made from dyed, curly mohair; the tiny earrings are…
This is an amazing piece, I’m in awe – the details around the face are amazing: In process: Perfecting her skills in micro-amigurumi, Kim Lapsley shares some of her process, “His hair is brushed out…
Let them starve! 3×3 square made by Scrappy Annie who says, “this shows the imprisonment of the Wolverhampton Suffragette, Emma Sproson.” Knitted, crocheted and knotted background with added applique of thread and painted hand made…
Photograph by Jonathan Garbutt.
Submitted by Thomas Chung. Exhibited as part of a group exhibition at Bloom Art Space in Shanghai, China. (Photography by Bo Guo)
Olek’s statement on her latest piece, “I chose to crochet this piece to bring awareness to the state of the world’s oceans and promote the preservation of marine life. To reiterate Jason deCaires Taylor’s statement,…
Read all about it over at her blog. She wants to know, what should she yarnbomb next?
Form and function – you can really wear them! Made by Fruit Punch.
These are actually functional – you can wear them! Made by Fruit Punch.
WOW!! “Film Muffler” is a boy-meets-girl love story. Miho Yata’s stop motion work is great and Mie Yanashita’s piano music is perfect! Enjoy! Visit Miho’s site: http://www.hh.iij4u.or.jp/~yatamiho/
Grumpy Yeti is the result of No Nap Time‘s experimentation with polymer clay and crochet: I would say it’s a success! Thanks for sharing Angela!
“I like it, but it’s yellow, and I’m like, I didn’t want yellow for my engagement ring.” Paris Hilton
Gorgeous, right? She makes them in silver too. Check out Dafna’s Etsy shop, dafnadagan.
Thanks for sharing Naomi! Naomi is looking for collaborators – follow her at @naomiRAG and visit her site: thewillowwanderer.wordpress.com
Moving On from ainslie henderson on Vimeo. Created by Bafta-nominated filmmaker Ainslie Henderson for the band James. Hat tip: thanks to everyone who alerted me to this … I was tied up the last month….
Does anyone have a source for the original artist? Please leave in the comments below. Merci buckets! Hat tip to Michelle Miles aka CraftyMichelle.
Created by Berta Salinas from “Serie Caníbal”. Hat tip to Michelle Miles aka CraftyMichelle.
Made by The Sun and the Turtle who says, “I made my face in crochet for a project from the University and it was really fun. I added a pattern for making eyes in the…