Made and shared by cindy aka cindycreativecrochet.
Photo by @miquraffreshia
A very interesting piece … Made by Mireille Gagnon Moes aka fleurdefibre.
Made and shared by Anna Lynch aka Knitty Gritty Whistler. Read more about it: knittygrittywhistler.wordpress.com
Submitted by Woolymomma.
Made and submitted by Tammy Riley (Ginkgo Girls). Thanks Tammy!
Made and shared by Alexandra Kulakova.
This is such a great way to recycle old t-shirts!
I’m a birdwatcher so to me this is cool on so many levels. What a great idea and fabulous execution to boot! Made by Jennifer Cantwell. Project details and more photos of Jennifer’s Birdsong project…
Spotted and shared by Diana House aka suavehouse113.
Art installation made from plastic bags, photo taken by Ruby Re-Usable.
WOW! By Stefanie, tutorial here: http://blog.a-common-thread.com/2009/08/rag-bath-mat-tutorial.html
Made by Cindy aka cindycreativecrochet.
Made by talleytalk.
Made and shared by Cheryl aka EraPhernalia Vintage.
A true knithack – genius! Made and shared by Emily Kircher aka recyclingartistemily.
The Wind Knitting Factory is a project from London-based Studio Merel Karof. The “factory” includes a fan attached to the outside of the Royal College of Art that powers an intricate machine of hooks and…
Made and shared by Erinn Simon.
This would would great with green plarn – so many possibilities! Made and shared by Dulda.
Made and shared by April aka aldorris105.
Photo by Derek Powazek.
Knitting Daily TV Episode 409
Made and shared by Elin Thomas.
Jennifer Kim put seeds in her yarn bomb. This makes her a genius. Come to my house next spring and you will see yarn/seed bombs everywhere. Seriously folks, what a great idea. Frack!
Made and shared by One Flew Over…
Made and shared by Emmy Lou Helmuth.
I didn’t know Limpets existed until today: “Limpet is a common name for numerous different kinds of saltwater and freshwater snails (aquatic gastropod mollusks) that have a simple shell which is basically conical in shape….
Sonya Philip put together a few pieces for the SINGLE FARE show that took place in NYC in 2010. The show featured small works made on used metrocards. How amazing is that?