Shark armor is crocheted wire and knitted stainless steel yarn — submitted by Jessica Adanich. Thanks Jessica! http://www.ravelry.com/people/AdanichDesign
Gorgeous. Pick up the pattern here.
Made by Leikey and available via Etsy.
I love this — the photo and the piece. Made by Jihee Baik, follow her on Instagram.
Made by Maia E. Sirnes, via Jimmy Beans Wool.
Made and shared by OlinoHobby.
See more of Tracy’s amazing pieces: http://brutal-knitting.tumblr.com/
Happy National S’mores Day!! Made by EmbroiderThat.
Get The Very Hungry Caterpillar pattern over at Twikie Chan’s: blog.twinkiechan.com Who doesn’t love Eric Carle?
Made and shared by Mia Self who explains, “as found in Starr Carr Britain’s largest known Mesolithic settlement, in the Vale of Pickering, North Yorkshire.” Based on this pattern.
Cute! This is the knitted version: Made and shared by NeedleNoodles, here’s the pattern via Etsy. Great news for those who crochet — get the pattern for the crochet version here.
Created by Alice Bartlett, spotted via Benetton.
Hilarious! Shared by Bitter O’Clock (aka Kelli Petersen), who you may remember brought us this amazing crocheted Skrillex hat back in February. About her latest creation, this crazy-wonderful Willie Nelson hat, she says, “This is…
Submitted by i ♥ amicute.
This was submitted by Cherry Bomb Knits who explains the genius of her creation, “Top Down Button Front Capelet by Bernat Design Studio, knit in Noro Bonbori with liberal application of LED X-mas lights to…
Loving the colours here! Made by Sheila.
“After months of voting, fans from around the world have selected their favorite ‘Cosby Sweater’ from over 131 different sweaters Dr. Huxtable wore during 200 episodes, spanning 8 seasons on The Cosby Show.” http://billcosby.com/polls
This is Wil Wheaton wearing a horrible (and awesome) clown sweater. He’s always good-for-a-laugh, eh? Thank you to my friend Jen Brown for sharing this with me (inspired by this post which features the winning…
I love this sweater. Visit Syngman Cucala. Hat tip: melliel
By way of the British Museum: Submitted by Scorchy Barrington (who runs a web site about life with breast cancer, thesarcasticboob.com).
I’m in love. Doris Chan, crochet designer/author/space cadet, wore this amazing hack to the Crochet Guild of America conference last year. Read all about it!
“Times like these call for a Big Lebowski. ‘“The Dude’ wears a Cowichan-style Pendleton sweater in the film. This sock is also in the Cowichan style and is made in honor of Lebowski: not a…
Jennifer Olivarez aka Squirrel Picnic has such a great tutorial over at squirrelpicnic.com: Make It! Challenge #5: Crochet Bowser Sweater for a Turtle She takes a potentially complicated project and makes it easy with simple…
Shared by Beothuk of the Beothuk.
Source: All You Need is Pug Hat tip: @CollinDouma
:: trigger warning – the following post contains a scary clown mask :: This is awesome on so many levels. I am not coulrophobic so I am not feeling fearful right now … not feeling…
Icelandic composer uses knitting pattern to write score By Jane Shilling 01 Apr 2013 Not so long ago, knitting was a near-obsolete craft skill, exercised only by doughty aunts. But something stirred in the purlieus…
I love this gorgeous scarf: Shared by VitalTemptation. Pattern available via Etsy.