Amazing work Sonya Philip – love this one!
Art installation made from plastic bags, photo taken by Ruby Re-Usable.
WOW! By Stefanie, tutorial here: http://blog.a-common-thread.com/2009/08/rag-bath-mat-tutorial.html
Made by Cindy aka cindycreativecrochet.
Scar Tissue, made entirely from knitted video tape, â€œincludes childrenâ€™s toys â€“ a golliwog, a bear, Mickey Mouse â€“ along with body parts. The viewerâ€™s memory and role is emphasized: who has not seen a…
Made by Lisa Marie aka Enlightened Platypus. Spotted via Pinterest.
Such fun! Made and shared by babukatorium.
A true knithack – genius! Made and shared by Emily Kircher aka recyclingartistemily.
Made by Jennifer Perkins who has an awesome tutorial over at her blog Naughty Secretary Club.
Made and shared by Alison Bailey Smith aka abscraft, who says this was made with “tops of films cannisters and metal washers from televisions with recycled wire from old TV’s circa 1989/1990”. Photo by Peter…
Made and shared by Whimsie Dots.
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…
Knitting Daily TV Episode 409
Made by Neta Amir, who blogs about her whole project here (look for the creature, the cat and the raven).
Made and shared by tamdolloriginal.
There’s a mouthful! Shared by CaZaTo Ma.
Made and uploaded by lanaost.
‘Heart Felt’ upcycled tiki vest Originally uploaded by Heart felt
Raggy Rooster Originally uploaded by Arsenic Lupin
Made by Val of Val’s Art Studio Visit Val’s Etsy shop here and her web site here.
“hand knit rug from strips of old tee shirts…” t-shirt rug Originally uploaded by theytoldmesew hand knit rug from strips of old tee shirts…
My first attempt at knitting with plastic bags Originally uploaded by blottedcopybook
plastic fantastic Originally uploaded by Larry-Lou Read more about it at Larry-Lou’s blog: my heads full up
Made in Finland using recycled materials, check out the maker on Etsy.
crocheted this rug with recycled fabric Chicago Flag Crochet Rug Originally uploaded by recyclingartistemily
Gizmodo says: “He used anything from iPods to LAN cables, power boards and fabrics to create sculptures for his ‘MODE less CODE’ exhibition at the Nanzuka gallery in Shirokane, Tokyo.” Hat tip: Gizmodo
Cork & Crochet Ninja Originally uploaded by Angry Angel
Via She’s Crafty