Made and shared by dansette.
Made and shared by, who else, estonia76!
Made and shared by cauchy99.
How cool is that!? Made and shared by estonia76 – thank you!
“Multiple Sclerosis: the big knit was a collaborative knitting science project to promote awareness and understanding of the disease Multiple Sclerosis (MS) by creating a woollyart installation. The project aim was to engage people with…
I’m sorry I don’t have a source, if you know – leave me a comment below. Spotted via Thea Munster and Steve Burntalive Meek.
Made and shared by Lilia Shaevitch aka Amigurumi LilikshaToys.
pixelgarten.de hat tip: wurzeltod.tumblr.com
Made and shared by the Hine Mizushima.
I went to Olek’s new solo exhibition at Jonathan LeVine Gallery yesterday. “Jonathan LeVine Gallery is proud to present The Bad Artists Imitate, The Great Artists Steal, new works by Polish-born, New York-based artist Olek,…
Shared by Matt Brown whose wife, Heather Brown, knitted this for Stitched Science.
Submitted by Whenina.
Amazing piece by estonia76 who says, “I needle-felted the spine out of undyed wool roving, with some darker shadows felted out of a random grey wool yarn. This is a custom order for a chiropractor’s…
Made by estonia76. Etsy: http://www.aknitomy.etsy.com/
Another brilliant piece by Katie Boyette aka caffaknitted.
Made and shared by gardngrl who says, “I have a nickel allergy. A bad one. And all of the fixtures in my apartment are brushed nickel. So I’m on a mission to cover each of…
Made by Monte A. Smith aka SenorMysterioso.
Made and shared by Fibrealive aka James Herbison!!
Photo taken by stormyautumn.
This is so imaginative and well-done! Made and shared by claudia monteith aka cedarstuff.
“AQUARIUUUUUS….” Spotted in Amsterdam, photo shared by sandydr.
… he’s watching you… not eat meat … This diorama was made by Nanae Ito, who says: “My hack utilizes the soft material of yarn and the cozy craft of crochet to create a diorama…
Made and shared by Katie Cox aka historyweaver.
Made and shared by Hine who says: My theme is “The Unnatural History Museum”. See you at the gallery! March 3 – April 1st, 2011 Opening reception, Thursday, March 3, 7-9 pm (RSVP email@example.com) gallery…
I’m not sure that I have the whole story, but I *think* our crafty nerd here (her words!) knitted this for her sister who had eye surgery. In any case, Craft Diversions is super-creative and…
… with yarn, steel, LEDs, and a toggle switch. Made by Tatyana Yanishevsk who says, “Check out my show at the Brookyln Art Library. Itâ€™s up for the month of January!” http://knitplants.com
Shared by Alyona. Pattern: Incognito via knitty.com
Made and shared by Marianne.