Shared by yarnitic.
This is great! Made and shared by norsuneiti.
Submitted by Gnomee who says this piece was, “placed at Elephant and Castle Bus Stop in SE1 London lasted approx 3 days before removed by Transport for London”.
Made and shared by Margherita Atzori.
Visit Twilight Taggers for more great yarn bombs!
Shared by bromeleighad.
via Die urbane Masche.
At the Woodinville Library, WA — photo via Amber Estrella.
Shared by Margherita Atzori.
Shared by Serena Alim.
Dropped downtown in San Mateo, CA, circa 2013. Shared by Lorna Watt of KnitsForLife. Here’s her Etsy shop too!
Shared by Emily McEwan-Fujita who says, “I needle felted real cat fur to create ‘Grumpy Cat’ on a recycled thrift-store cashmere/silk blend sweater. The fur was sustainably harvested from my sister-in-law’s Himalayan cats. (LOL) Other…
Photo by Kittimat2.
Present (for a Giraffe) “… they knew that the giraffe would never accept the sweater or wear it” Mai Yamashita + Naoto Kobayashi Source: http://www.yamashita-kobayashi.com/works/present-for-giraffe.html Hat tip: ColoridoEcletico
Felted and stitched and stitched by artist Christine Mauersberger in 2010. Earlier this year she posted about another amazing skirt, see it / read about it at her site: http://cmauers.blogspot.com.
A guerilla knitting project shared by Veri.
Love the colours. Ravelry offers many free flower patterns – add a little hot glue to a store-bought hair-clip and you’re all set! Made and shared by Joanna aka Epka Handmade.
Great work spotted in Truro, Cornwall in the UK … Photo taken by Georgia Beard.
Made and submitted by Knitty Attitude.
I love these! Made and shared by Rustic Vintage Country.
Shared by Shaina Sawyer.
UPDATED FEBRUARY 2016 – get the chart! I don’t know about you, but I’ve been listening to David Bowie all day … it’s his 66th birthday today AND he gave us all an added surprise…
Hand knitted lampshade made with ecological materials – fits an IKEA Grönö lamp. Made by Johanna Vähätalo.
The universe really wants me to be thinking about Kinder Surprise eggs! Yesterday I blogged about how they’re illegal in the USA and while I was writing/researching that post, I was alerted to these cuties:…
In 2012 mission in Hong Kong, “Olek spent almost three weeks working around the clock to embellish, or crochet, the interiors of Elements Mall for the holiday season, turning both the Fire and Metal Zones…
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
Made by Nicky Schonkala.
Made and shared by Alona Arobas.