This knit meter “cozy” was made for the Columbia SC “Change for Change” event, December 2010. For knitterly details: ravel.me/tottopper/mmc Visit the designer: www.tottoppers.com
via V Crosson: “This appeared on a new sculpture on MIT’s campus this week (possibly for finals?) Kudos to whoever knitted this monster; it’s gotta be forty feet long, and is wholly made of t-shirt…
Photo by Derek Powazek.
Made and shared by Susan Brightman.
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!
Source: Street art takes cozy turn with yarn bombing by Trupti Rami. Photograph by Melanie Lynch.
Part of “The War Rug Project” — by Barbara Koenen
Spotted and shared by Lily Dustbin (who also runs knithacker!).
Made and shared by Liz du Canada.
Shared by hier houd ik van.
Photo via: http://pics.livedoor.com/u/m203gow
Shared by Joel Zimmer.
FOR EVERYONE!! Made and shared by Yarn Wrap.
Made and shared by kraft croch.
It’s a baby knithack too. Shared by Joel Zimmer.
Here are a few pics the huzbond and I took yesterday of Cambridge’s Main Street Bridge: Full collection here: knithacker’s knitcambridge flickr set Project Details: http://knitcambridge.com
Snapped and shared by The Bees. For those who know the area (Cambridge, Ontario), it’s the Grand River Bridge they’re covering, which usually looks like this: http://bit.ly/bs71FM I’m thinking about going out there to take…
There’s a mouthful! Shared by CaZaTo Ma.
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….
Taken and shared by John Lamar.
Taken and shared by Grandmother’s Legacy.
Shared by Really Turning Japanese.
Shared by djmark1972 who says this was taken 10,000+ feet above sea level in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado.
Shared by sheepthief.
… it was only a matter of time. Made and uploaded by eidechse.
It takes strength to be gentle and kind. Originally shared by Helen Amyes.
Shared by Newcastle ScienceFest.
Photographed by Lamont Cranston.