Flickr resident “Palominos” had a tumour removed and this is what’s left, a knitted teratoma!! What’s a teratoma you ask? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teratoma p.s. She’s doing okay!
Smart! Made by Betty Sonics.
A sausage neck scarf. Who woulda thunk it? Perfect for Sunday mornings down at the pub. Made by shutterkate.com. Awesome.
Some gory crochet for a Friday… Via http://ezprezzo.com
Felted by NeedleNoodles.
I’ve never seen grass so cute! Knithacked by *the alla menta*.
Courtesy of the multi-talented jessprkle. Check her out, her handspun is super-fun and totally original.
Presenting Ms. Peen: Made by shadkitty and she’s not sure why. I’m glad she did make her though and I’m equally pleased with her good decision to make Ms. Peen happy. We don’t need no…
spotted by persephassa.
Superfluous yet fun! Found by Collin at Mochimochi blog… free pattern to boot. Next I want to see a knit toilet!
Just in time for Halloween! Thanks for sharing this tinksdarkerside! On an unrelated note (well, fibre-related), you really must check out What Not To Crochet today. Whoa and uh, wow. Don’t blame the messenger eh…
“I originally made these up as a joke gift for my brother to set on his office desk and indicate an impending paper avalanche or projects that were in danger. Only after the fact, did…
Canadian artist Lauren Marsden knits street signs – a collection she calls “Territorial Knittings”. Here’s an example: My own street could use something like this… there are no signs at all! See more of Lauren’s…
OMG… Read more about it at What Not To Crochet.
“I created a Ferrari because it is instantly recognisable and the opposite of what people expect from something that is knitted. Bringing Binary opposites together results in the work becoming appealing to a mixture of…
This is an oldie hack but goodie hack… knit by teriyakimoto without a pattern. Read more about it over at craftster.
Wow. Just wow. Notice the price tag too… Wow. Just wow. via the awesome blog: Why Would You Knit That?!