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granny square nail art – not a fail!

Jacki Gentry over at Adventures in Acetone was inspired to create the nail art you see below based on a granny square she spotted on Instagram. Here’s the granny square, made by RebeccaLikesNails: I would…

Saint Frances of Acorn

This gorgeous wee one is the daughter of my good friend Carey and her awesome husband Jeff. “Baby Frances” definitely made a big impression on my son Finn and I when we met her for…

mighty mittens for gnomads

Enjoy some roasted toadstools and a glass of dandelion wine while wearing these dandies, designed by SpillyJane. The pattern is available for purchase from the KnitPicks site.

Nina’s cockatoo scarf

Nina’s Etsy shop is closed for a holiday as of this post, but you can still check out some of the interesting knithacks she’s sold. I quite like this fish key ring myself. Hat tip…

Look at this BADASS bike!

This awesomeness was made and shared by Tina Häkelwahn (Follow her on twitter: @Death_byglitter). Love the skully detail! Thanks Tina, your bike frickin’ kicks ass!

shark armor

Shark armor is crocheted wire and knitted stainless steel yarn — submitted by Jessica Adanich. Thanks Jessica! http://www.ravelry.com/people/AdanichDesign

Knitted Mesolithic Head Dress!

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.