Aren’t they cute? I saw them at the Emerson Spa and Resort in the Catskills.
As seen in Mollie Makes magazine earlier this year, issue 63: You can use any jars or containers – here are some originals using yogurt containers, circa 2012. Made by Blita aka Anabela Felix.
Tutorial here: https://youtu.be/6Wa2D6QaYEg Hat tip to Chris Johnstone-Laurette.
Here is Trish from Toronto’s terrific tribute to “Sushi” the betta fish. Source: http://genuinemudpie.ca/2011/04/06/plarn-betta/ Look for Trish’s tutorial!
The only question now: small, medium or large? Eric has a lot of great pieces available in his Etsy shop and apparently more are on the way today! He posted this preview yesterday on Instagram:…
I just adore this mixed media card by Ann Paterson! See more of this UK-based textile artist’s work here.
From the maker: This is an upcycled pair of leather platform boots covered in a fun 80’s print sweater vest. There is an inside zipper on them and three hook and eye clasps above the…
Using upcycled materials (think bedsheets, t-shirts), Mamma That Makes designed the adorable little mouse house you see below – click through for the free pattern and instructions for how to make your own t-shirt yarn.
I think it looks great, thanks for the submission Donatella!! Read all about the making of this rug here and Donatella’s instructions for making giant knitting needles here.
Shared by Emily McEwan-Fujita who says, “I needle felted real cat fur to create ‘Grumpy Cat’ on a recycled thrift-store cashmere/silk blend sweater. The fur was sustainably harvested from my sister-in-law’s Himalayan cats. (LOL) Other…
Submitted by MGraziaA — thank you!
Felted and stitched and stitched by artist Christine Mauersberger in 2010. Earlier this year she posted about another amazing skirt, see it / read about it at her site: http://cmauers.blogspot.com.
via Design*Sponge, “Max’s knitting cast offs are my new bracelet for the day..” I like the spontaneous nature of this bracelet – it’s a short-term commitment!
I have a pair of these for my swiffer but they don’t have the buttons or flaps, they’re just slip-ons. These ones are brilliant. Brilliant! Made by Michelle Akin.
Another great piece from Cindy aka cindycreativecrochet.
Made and shared by cindy aka cindycreativecrochet.
Photo by @miquraffreshia
That purple is divine. Made and shared by memake.
Made and shared by dressy TAB aka zuperdzigh.
Made and shared by Sonya Philip who says, “… you can check out the whole enchilada over at ordinaryknitting.blogspot.com”.
I love this creative piece by Altered Wool: Source: Altered Wool
How cool is that?? Made and shared by Hiné Mizushima.
Made and shared by Eliza aka ifandany who explains, “thrifted old navy sweater (70% cotton, 30% wool), pulled out the seams (except for the sleeves), unraveled the top of the shoulder and knit a 2×2…
Made and shared by Shelley Watson aka atticusfinchnz.
Spotted on Pinterest, pinned by Mandy Curtis and Diana Blessinger.
This is such a great way to recycle old t-shirts!
Spotted and shared by Diana House aka suavehouse113.
Made and shared by rosaechocolat.