This is brilliant. Source: https://youtu.be/oPB0csa0Oq0
As seen in Mollie Makes magazine earlier this year, issue 63: You can use any jars or containers – here are some originals using yogurt containers, circa 2012. Made by Blita aka Anabela Felix.
In 2014, photographer Dina Belenko created a tribute to filmmaker Wes Anderson called “17 words for Wes Anderson” in which she chose 17 words that she associates with his style and composed corresponding photographs. This…
February 20th Update: The English title for this film is “Close-Knit” and it just picked up second prize in the Panorama Audience Award at the prestigious Berlin Film Festival on February 18. Guy Lodge, a…
Walter Oltmann is an incredible multi-disciplinary artist from South Africa. For the 2013 piece below, he used a thin (1mm diameter) aluminium wire to create a net-like work. Read more about Walter and his intricate…
Teresa Flour Lamb is the creator of Cyberknitics, a wearable harness technology that translates the rhythm of knitting into audible music. Aren’t people are incredible? cyberknitics from Teresa Lamb on Vimeo. “Cyberknitics is the study…
Still gorgeous all these years later … UPDATE: The photographer is Michelangelo di Battista and the paper weaving is by Jennifer Berning: Hat tip: FFFFOUND!
I love combining two of my favorite things – knitting and cookies! These cable-knit ones by IFeelCook are just fabulous. Baked by IFeelCook. Who’s inspired now?
“With enough time, patience, and newspapers you can create newspaper yarn. From the design studios of Greetje van Tiem and her ‘Indruk’ project she can purportedly spins 20yds of ‘yarn’ from a sheet of old…
If you are involved with email marketing, you may recognize this guy! Do you know who embroidered this? Please leave a comment below so I can credit the artist!
Who’s up for a challenge? FREE tutorial via The Snug.
Last summer, Icelandic knitter Kristin Gudbjartsdottir carried out this impressive knitting stunt: On first watch, I thought she might be crocheting, but nope – I saw the second needle peeking out. Truly amazing! Source: BT.
Here is a handy little cheat sheet. Courtesy of Clippers Ireland.
With a friend to assist and a few supplies, you could save so much money making your own mannequin. Get the FREE tutorial via Fab Art DIY – BONUS: it’s available in German too.
Tutorial here: https://youtu.be/6Wa2D6QaYEg Hat tip to Chris Johnstone-Laurette.
I’ll take this one please! Made by Carlota, based on the Puff Daddy pattern (free!) by Anna & Heidi Pickles.
Need an idea for a costume? Here’s an awesome idea from down under: Braaaaains! Originally uploaded by crumpart
Having made fondant cakes in the past (some wins and some epic fails worthy of a “nailed it” board on Pinterest), it’s probably not as easy as it looks … but within the realm of…
Here is Trish from Toronto’s terrific tribute to “Sushi” the betta fish. Source: http://genuinemudpie.ca/2011/04/06/plarn-betta/ Look for Trish’s tutorial!
What do you knit for? Awesome self-portrait by peeboo888.
I would love this in chocolate brown and pale blue … Make it yourself: Starghan Pattern Hat tip: cutoutandkeep.net FREE PATTERN: Chromium Star Blanket by Laura Lynn Hanks SUGGESTED MATERIALS: This post contains affiliate links.
Made and shared by Colorido Eclético. Inspired by this table runner.
Baby Goats Learn to Jump on Couch, goats, couch, lentil, wilma Their names are Wilma and Lentil … Wilma and Lentil! BWAH HA HA, LOVE IT! LENTIL! Oh, and of course a dog shows up…
rainbow spider yarnbomb, yarn bomb, crochet, DIY, handmade, colorful Spiders all over the earth still talk about this incredible feat of human ingenuity. Made and shared by Jenny aka justjen10.
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Here is a wonderful example of strick rausch aka swing knitting. Made and shared by nordlicht500.
Melissa’s chairs are tight! Best part? This Philadelphia-based artist says custom chairs are available for weddings, bar/bat mitzvahs and special events. BONUS: check out this chandelier! Learn more about Melissa’s at her web site: http://www.haimshaus.com