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taxodium distichum aka baldcypress

Made and shared by Bromeleighad who notes the materials for this piece, “yarn dyed with baldcypress leaves, baldcypress bark, decaying wood”. Catch Bromeleighad’s work at Momentum Tulsa which opens on October 12th (this week, eeek!…

Look at this BADASS bike!

This awesomeness was made and shared by Tina Häkelwahn (Follow her on twitter: @Death_byglitter). Love the skully detail! Thanks Tina, your bike frickin’ kicks ass!

Jim Henson statue yarn bomb to promote #GISHWHES

Statue of Jim Henson and Kermit the Frog from The Muppets @ College Park MD. Via Nikki Smalls who says, “Yarnbombing my favorite historic figure for #GISHWHES” — GISHWHES is an acronym for “Greatest International…

Knitting as local communication in Essen, Germany.

Submitted by Mythagorie who explains, “this artproject takes place in Essen, Germany. It is about using urban knitting for experimenting with a way of local communication. People can create a message for friends and combine…

Knitted Mesolithic Head Dress!

Made and shared by Mia Self who explains, “as found in Starr Carr Britain’s largest known Mesolithic settlement, in the Vale of Pickering, North Yorkshire.” Based on this pattern.

Knithacked Wrist Sensors!

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.

the infamous clown sweater

This is Wil Wheaton wearing a horrible (and awesome) clown sweater. He’s always good-for-a-laugh, eh? Thank you to my friend Jen Brown for sharing this with me (inspired by this post which features the winning…