Shared by Shaina Sawyer.
Decomposition: Colony I Decomposition: Stacks Decomposition: Colony II Made and shared by fiber artist Leigh Martin. Read more about the project here and here.
Here are a few pics from my last-minute visit to Benneton’s recent knitting-themed “pop-up experience” in Soho. WARNING: these may not safe for work.
Holy shitloads of fibery goodness! Hat tip to Neatorama.
Another great piece from Cindy aka cindycreativecrochet.
Spotted on flickr, by SpatialH aka Heather Classen.
My son thinks this one is a riot. Shared by hekle.info.
Made and shared by cindy aka cindycreativecrochet.
Knight helmet by Hattie Hooker WHO says, “if you came here looking for the knight’s helmet and you are willing to wait until AFTER Christmas to receive it, please send me a private convo and…
I see puke, I see intestines, I see many veiny eyeballs – what do you see? Made and shared by Tracy Widdess of Brutal Knitting.
I know it’s a little late to be posting this (or early if you’re nice and optimistic … like me) … so sue me or thank me for helping you get prepared a year in…
My Knitted Boyfriend is a cushion with a story. A cushion with a personality. A cushion to kiss! Or, well … to cuddle, to caress, to hug, and to smile with. Because this man is…
Photo by @miquraffreshia
Shared by Didi412. (I’m holding my breath here – did I get the translation wrong?)
Made and shared by nosonoso.
Shared by Penny L Richards.
Made and shared by Natsuko Murase. Here’s a photo of a real-life shobill: Source: casiotika
Made and shared by Anna Hrachovec aka Mochimochi Land.
Official is the key word. In 2009 I posted this aceo, which is actually called “wtf” so I don’t think my use of it counts as a real use. And when I say real use,…
Made by ninjapoupon.
Made and shared by gingergooseberry.
Is this incredible? Spotted in South Africa by Michael Reeve.
Spotted and shared by Mike aka mnorri.
Made and shared by alzi23.
Wow! Made and shared by Jennifer aka ilailea. Read more about Frasier’s Scale Shirt over at Ravelry …
Spotted by veri_tt.
Photo by Ed Jansen, good spotting!