“By using the technique of embroidery, traditionally employed to represent femininity and applying it to the expression of it’s opposite, I hope to challenge the preconceived notion that ‘women’s work’ is light and easy.” —…
This is what the flu looks like when its DNA sequence is rendered as a pixel mosaic: Infected blankets are custom designed by Phillip Stearns and made using raw DNA data from an organism’s complete…
Get the pattern via Ravelry, Clam Hands by Kayla Dyches.
Don’t you hate it when this happens? Below is an illustration that explains what’s happening … to your face and throat … disgusting! Fingers crossed that it’s not too for a xenomedical technician to help…
Made by Heather Jean Skalwold who says, “Uncle Mustache was my first attempt at embroidery. I’d say it was a success! I made this doll for my young nephew, Griffin, for Christmas 2012, to help…
Diane Folks said it best, ” Always good to have spares.”
Earlier today I read an article about an Arkansas-based group called “Bosom Buddies” (one of many similar groups) who knit breast prostheses for women who have had mastectomies. “We found a real need for the…
Pattern available from ShopPoopsPlease.
Made and shared by Michelle Gauthier.
See more of Tracy’s amazing pieces: http://brutal-knitting.tumblr.com/
Amazing! Made with resistive yarn to detect movement and angles of the wrist. Read all about it over at How To Get What You Want (there’s even a video!). Hat tip to Make.
Made and shared by Momou Crochet.
Neuro Knitting represents a novel way of personal, generative design and fabrication. An approach that brings together affective computing and digital crafts. And thus, it offers new applications and creative thinking to both areas. “Patterns…
Made and shared by Hiné Mizushima.
Shared by Sophia Burton.
Submitted by Cecilia Espinoza who says, “hello, my name is Cecilia Espinoza, from Chile. I started with crochet doing amigurumi a year ago, and after getting the hang of it, decided to crochet a present…
Read more about it, see more images: http://shanellpapp.com/textiles/
“Buddhism is Universal No. 01” Photo taken by Inhabitat at Olek’s “The End is Far” opening last night at Jonathan Levine Gallery.
Shared by tattoo_meagan.
Since we’re on the subject of giraffes today… Artist: Mozart Guerra Hat tip: creativitea.org
Presenting the Pearl Clutcher by Kayla Dyches … pattern available via Ravelry for $3. And yes, those are one-eye trouser (er … sweater) snakes on the sweater. Enjoy! Hat tip: @onehandknits and @deadlyknitshade
Made and submitted by Knitty Attitude.
Created by Psychiatrist Dr. Karen Norberg, of National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Submitted by @vanadiumzest.
Excellent! The nipples are a nice touch … Made and shared by the ever-so-clever Croshame (aka Shove Mink). You can read more about this piece here.
Incredible work! Made and shared by Makoto Kitazawa (aka knitting doll factory).
I don’t care what FAIL blog says, I love this dwarven helm by saddayscrochet and judging by the comments, so does everyone else! Read more about it: http://saddayscrochet.deviantart.com/art/Dwarven-Helm-343407676
My son thinks this one is a riot. Shared by hekle.info.