This fun piece is from a 2011 “exhibition of surreal sculptures in which vintage taste and contemporary appeal meet halfway.” Her two loves are crochet and recycling, in case you haven’t guessed! See more of…
Love this … the cables and ribbing really make it. Designed by Melanie Porter.
This piece was part of a furniture collection she designed for Nodi Contemporanei in 2012. Every item in the line was crocheted in materials such cotton, PVC, plastic tape, etc. This is such inspiring work…
The Rocking Knit chair was created by Lausanne Damien Ludi and Colin Peillex, students at the ECAL University of Art and Design. Read more at Inhabitat. Originally posted January 6th, 2013, this post was updated…
These are breathtaking! From ariel-design.com: “A series of light fixtures that combines technology with tradition; knitting wool threads in fixed patterns creates a three-dimensional sheet of fabric which serves as a lighting fixture. Collaboration between…
I like it and the knit lamps are amazeballs too. Read more about Veega at This Is Colossal.
Apart from it being one of the most unusual and uniquely-designed desk lamps you’ve ever laid eyes on, the first thing you’ll notice about the BenQ e-Reading LED Desk Lamp is the incredibly heavy base….
Spectacular! Sensational! Splendid! Striking! Stunning! By the way, this is what it looked like before: Crochet couch and pillows handmade by Aislin Ais. See Aislin’s whole photo set on flickr, the transformation is absolutely phenomenal.
Made by Kate from Greedy for Colour. Hat tip to Kathryn Vercillo, thanks Kathryn!
Earlier this month, Instructables partnered with Lion Brand yarn to host a workshop to make Parabolic String Lamps using Lion Brand Fun Yarn. The results were bold … … and illuminating! Make your own Parabolic…
Love it! “New York-based textile artisan Sinje Ollen’s Clothing for Furniture brings new life to dusty and damaged furnishings by covering up holes, stains and other blemishes. Ollen’s colorful removable covers are made from hand-knit…
Linda Irwin spotted these at Gibson House in Toronto. Thanks Linda!
The sweet and lovely Annette Carter writes, “our colleague, who teased us about being knitters, returned to this after their holidays…” 100% KNITHACKER APPROVED! Follow Annette on Twitter @AussieAlto.
Hat tip: Apartment Therapy.
“Comfort is a pleasing and emotional reaction to the stimulus of our senses.” via Amaya Gutierrez.
Who needs a project for the new year? Get the furniture feet pattern from Harpa: http://www.harpaj.net/my-free-patterns/furniture-feet-a-free-pattern
Lovely. Spotted on flickr, posted by craftspace.
Photo by Ed Jansen, good spotting!
Made and shared by Stephanie L. aka all about ami.
Submitted by Jokke in Finland.
Made by Patricia Urquiola, photo by Bear in Mind.
Made and shared by Jill Watt. More about the project here: dappertoad.com/2012/04/theres-something-behind-my-sofa.html
Shared by FacilitylinQ.
Made and shared by Penny Graham-Jones aka Planet Penny.
Hat tip: Veronica Van Gogh
Spotted on Pinterest, pinned by Mandy Curtis and Diana Blessinger.
Made by BlytheOwl is back!