I love the colours. I love the asymmetry. It’s a visually stunning piece! Knithacked by irregular expressions.
Felted by NeedleNoodles.
Knithacked by Pax *knits – a strawberry longtail for her cats.
Courtesy of the multi-talented jessprkle. Check her out, her handspun is super-fun and totally original.
OrangeJuicy has a great tutorial for making handwarmers from a recycled sweater. Great idea and considering it’s snowing here today, I better make some of these… AND FAST! via Craft.
See more knit jewelry by candicelui.
Canadian artist Lauren Marsden knits street signs – a collection she calls “Territorial Knittings”. Here’s an example: My own street could use something like this… there are no signs at all! See more of Lauren’s…
OMG… Read more about it at What Not To Crochet.
Wow. Just wow. Notice the price tag too… Wow. Just wow. via the awesome blog: Why Would You Knit That?!
by STEF MCK
Visit litchi7 on flickr for more tasty craftiness.
Visit gooseflesh for more creations.
Laughing Purple Goldfish Designs‘ definition of crazy yarn: bits and bobs of leftover yarns which have been accumulating, then cut into assorted lengths (no greater than six metres), then mixed all up and knotted together…
From Jen over at Seizure Salad: Not really a knit hack…more of a yarn hack. This is a freshly skeined batch of yarn from my spinning wheel…which we noticed bore a striking colour resemblance to…
When I saw these cabinets by Ben Fino-Radin on CRAFT, I just knew I had to share. Oscillator cabinets – aural and visual vibration, 2007 wood, paint, yarn, plastic canvas, speakers, portable cd players, vocal…